Laughing Horse Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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What happens when you get lost on an Epic Cycling Tour? It turns into adventure! Today started well I was traveling with Josh again. We missed a minor turn in Ferndale but it was easily detected and corrected. We had a big lunch/breakfast in Columbia Falls. We got some groceries as we expected to make camp in West Glacier just 20 miles away. We has already covered about 40 miles ...
... we moved along to Glacier Meadows, where we’ll spend a couple of nights.
The following are a few tidbits we’ve learned along the way: A) Tim Horton’s are always on the other side of the road. B) CBC Radio is a vital communications link in rural Canada (which is most of Canada). We have no TV, no cellphone and only if we have electrical hookup do we know the time/day of the week. Many parts of ...
... and we chatted for about 15mins. Unfotunately, I then went back to my carriage and then all the trouble started and for the next 15hrs I was never far from a loo.
The next day it wasn't really a decision, I had to take a day off and if I needed any confirmation it came when I had to take a pit stop on the 30yard walk to the Hotel from my room - as had decided I didn't need an expensive room to be ill in all ...
... expensive because of their location. So we have been aiming at staying in some of the "less popular" places, but within reasonable driving distance of the parks. After Yellowstone our next destination was Glacier National Park in northern Montanta. The drive from Cody through Grand Tetons and Yellowstone and to Glacier took about 8 hours, so we started looking for accommodation at about 4pm that day. (Thank you Lord for the iPad!) There is a ...
In which the author visits Hungry Horse Dam, rides through rain, backtracks, navigates Kalispell, backtracks, camps on the shores of flathead lake for $20.00, and still has to pay $1.00 to shower.
It rained all night last night, and this morning, the rain stopped just long enough for me to get my tent packed up. I didn’t even bother with breakfast because I didn’t want to stand and eat it in the rain, so I got rolling pretty early, maybe by eight, and ...