Blue Mountain Bed & Breakfast
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... and the captain explained that though the boat was built in the 1920's, the engine was a modern diesel from the 70's, had 50 horsepower and burned fuel at a rate of about 1 gallon per hour. Not bad!
As we cruised along, the captain explained some of the ecology, and told stories about how the park and lodge were started. We did find out that the reason the water is such an aqua blue is that the ...
As it seems to be the thing to do traveling around the country during the summertime, visit the local Saturday farmers market. This Saturday it is the Missoula Farmers Market, a gathering of food and friends since 1972. The Market provides fresh local produce, flowers, baked goods and coffee provided by over 100 vendors. We purchased coffee, corn, heritage tomatoes & onions. Stopped for lunch & ...
... the Univeristy and do paintings, jewelry, etc. I really do not need more stuff, but it was fun to stroll! There are even musicians here and there at the market entertaining the crowd. The downtown area has pianos placed along the streets (chained) so that people can just sit down and play. How fun!
After a short lunch break back at the house, we were off downtown to the ...
... made in the park. His excitement was very contagious. Afterwards our sponsor dinner was a local couple where the husband is disabled and they let us hang out and play games in their back yard all night playing games. They also invited a few local people over that live with disabilities and that was really fun. I then ate way to much brisket to cap off a perfect day ...
... and not much wind like the past couple days. After a bit a fresh air, we hit the road around nine and drove for awhile before stopping for a late breakfast just across the Montana line. The views of the mountains were breathtaking as the road climbed up the Big Horns. Lots of snow still up there but warm at 5000'. We spotted a Walmart along the way and stopped to get a new cooler as ...