Cedar Mountain Farm Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... out the taste and texture. I selected the Lettuce Wrap sandwich made with bib lettuce, diced chicken with a ginger glaze, crispy shallots, pineapple mango pico de gallo, and a side of peanut sauce. It also has fried glass noodles which evaded me in flavor but may have been the little crunchy bits I noticed in a few bites. I would definitely have it again. We shared a bread pudding dessert served with vanilla ice cream and a brandy sauce. Oh so ...
... a gas station, but on the way we saw a sign for a Good Sam RV park. Good Sam is a club you can join if you have an RV which gets you a small discount at expensive RV parks. Sean thought that someone at this RV park would have a spare can of petrol. As luck would have it, the first man Sean asked for help had petrol (I was going to write the word "gas" there, but you can see how that would be funny). All he wanted ...
... Timber.......31.36 on visa got to Miles City at 7:10.....went right to Black Iron Grill.......had double jacks on the rocks and shared a flat iron steak with truffle fries and salad with nice red wine........73.97 wen to Comfort Inn...got checked in.....put on jammers and laid down. Cost of hotel.....102.64 on ...
... He didn't even move when I stood their taking his picture. Driving up the canyon road of the campground to the main road, a big horn sheep was relaxing on the rocks as we drove by. He kind of mixed in with the rock formations and if you weren't looking for them, you'd never know he was there.
We hit customs in Eastport, Idaho as we travelled the Wild ...
... the fog burned off giving way to a glorious, sunny day. The landscape of the Idaho panhandle sparkled under blue skies. When I reached Sandpoint, Idaho, Maura and I celebrated Mile: 462 with pie.
Later, along breathtaking Route 200, I met up with bike ...