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... to eat at that tourists wouldn't know about that was really good. She laughed and said that she surely did! She recommended Lynn's Drive In shortly up the road in Ronan, MT. She said it looked somewhat messy from the road, the parking lot was not paved, and the door was loose on its hinges but they made the best hamburgers in the county! Well, of course we couldn't pass up a suggestion as inviting as that one was so we trucked on up the road a short distance and ...
... 6 pm we arrive at West Glacier KOA!, an excellent park. We eat excellent flat iron steak at the restaurant on site. Susan went swimming in the outdoor heated pool. We had excellent showers.
I think we are learning what Pat/John mean by good electricity. We did not have it last night.
we have a tour of glacier NP early tomorrow.
Wildlife sightings: 3 deer and some turkeys
miles driven: 268
Having photo upload problems, will try another day!
... and I do not remember if there are areas where I can pull over to let traffic by. I don't want to rush the drive!
Poison Ivy or something like it has hit my left leg below the knee full force...I went to an Urgent Care center and was given a prescription for an antibotic to help with the inflamation. The expensive over the counter treatment really helps tame the itch...no problem!
... homemade bread and cinnamon rolls. I swear Grandma makes the best cinnamon rolls known to mankind. Grandpa too was on a baking spree and we never ran short of his tasty white and wheat breads.
Much of our time was spent around the family dining table. Visiting with family. Talking. Laughing. An assortment of cards and board games.. The daily newspaper brought sporadic blather about the election.
In the mountains there ...
... Park, 50 miles south of Pendleton by way of Bend
Fri night we were in a USFS campground near St. Regis, MT
Pete said we should share OS moments ... and then the AH (ah ha) when we solve the problem ... so first OS = bikes locked to van; key in Eugene .... AH = nice locksmith in Bend!
Stay tuned for more adventures.
Laurie and ...