Bitterroot River Bed and Breakfast LLC
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Hi All - hope everyone is doing well.
We've spent four nights here in Missoula and will be leaving tomorrow morning and heading to West Glacier. '
It was nice staying in one place for 4 nights. It really felt relaxing. We've definitely enjoyed our time here in Missoula --- so beautiful and the people here really love their state and are so proud of Montana. I can see why. Everywhere you look, you see nothing but mountains. It ...
Claudio has been doing an extraordinary job of leading us. He is both familiar with the area from having ridden it before and he assiduously studies the maps each evening/morning determining our route. His singular goal is to maximize the amount of time we spend on dirt. Today he laid out what promised to be an epic ride with roughly 80% on dirt.
We started the day picking up a dirt road just outside of Challis that followed Panther Creek. ...
... Applebee's," a chan of sports bars throughout the States. From what I witnessed there everyone knew everyone else. As families came in through the door they would be met by the waiter using their first name...."sometimes you wanna go where everybody knows your name?" After dinner we headed to the driving range. A beautiful warm evening with just Maya and I out at the range.....along with half the worlds population of ...
... elevations where the weather was more mild. They covered over 125 miles in 12 days (they had horses at this point) with very little food. They were nearly starving, and many of them had frostbitten hands and feet. It was one of the most difficult periods in their journey.
Unfortunately, I accidently slipped into Idaho today – Lolo Pass is the state line between Montana and Idaho, and the ...
We had a late breakfast at Ruby's and then it was off to the local coffee and bakery shop with Beth and Priya. We all decided to walk to downtown Missoula to see the shops and scenery.
Intermittent showers occurred all day, so Keith and I walked back early and did a few errands by car. We then rescued the girls from downtown shopping after the showers would not stop and they could not return to the apartment.