Marianna Stoltz House Bed and Breakfast
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... Yellowstoner who was crashing at the house as well), who we will not soon forget.
Along the way to Spokane we did make a stop in Missoula, Montana that Ible and I deemed to be a necessary stop. The Kettle House Brewery was our target and even though it was a bit tough to find we found that it was a great place to hang a bit after being in the car since Bozeman. Loved the atmosphere, the music, and the drinks were top notch! I had some ...
Anyway, BACK ON THE ROAD!!
Lots and lots of driving now.
Something we are not used to, being from Washington, is that Montana road sides are filled with little white crosses. They are there in memory of victims of traffic accidents. It is pretty scary how many there are. We drove for a couple of hours and I swear we were seeing at least one every 30 seconds or so.
Kind of sad that so many ...
... stops + 100% magnificent scenic roads !
Don't know where we will end up but this has been an incredible road trip of the western U.S.
Picnic and hiking at Kootenai Falls in Montana 60 ft.pines and terraces a half mile long of cascades. Crossing over a swinging bridge 50 feet above the green waters.
Dined at Franks Dined tonigt. in an elegant 1906 railroad ...
... Valley...a fantastic family property that she ultimately acquired the option for, through a coin toss with one of her brothers. It's a great story. I love her place. It's bright and open and a classic '50 riverfront "cottage." Carolyn sang Billy's praises for all its best features and what he was about to do - a new bathroom, hallway updates and huge new windows in the river facing wall of ...
... s made some of the choices he's made, what he thinks/feels, and where he wants to go now. And I'd like to think he's learned a thing or two about who I am as a 38-year-old woman. I'm honored and grateful to have had this special week and all these miles. Thank you, Dad.
Today's musical accompaniment: None... but Dad did sings a few lyrics from some various cowboy songs, as he was inspired by the landscape.