Prospect Creek Bed & Breakfast

Address: 553 Prospect Creek Rd, Thompson Falls, Montana, 59873-9519, United States | B&B
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This B&B is located on 553 Prospect Creek Rd, Thompson Falls.
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        Travel Blogs from Thompson Falls

        Scott and Mariya's Weekend Celebration

        A travel blog entry by ralphieboyo on Jul 13, 2014


        We left Helena in the updated Fiona on Friday morning and headed west on I-90 toward Missoula. It was getting warm as we passed by the "Garden City." At the Kalispell Junction, Highway 93, we headed north as far as Ravalli and turned west on Highway 200. It was a nice drive, albeit laden with Construction. They use manned stop lights on these two-lamed highways. It seems like we were always about tenth or fifteenth in line with more vehicles behind us. ...

        Feeling Fortunate

        A travel blog entry by cameronstone on Jun 06, 2014

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        In the past two days I have met two people that have developed disabilities during their life. The first was Bobby from Standpoint Idaho. He suffered a severe injury during a high school football game that affected him mentally and physically. Before our team left the visit he circled up all the cyclists and told us how thankful he was that we were using our able bodies to spread the word about people with disabilities and that he ...

        All day at Thompson Falls

        A travel blog entry by pauline49 on Sep 17, 2013

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        ... a life changing experience.
        A few miles out of town and along some winding gravel roads we arrived at what we thought were Graves Falls. Not only were we disgusted at the empty beer cans, we were also concerned at finding large bones scattered around. And I'd seen bear warning signs. Not to be daunted we pressed on and eventually found the falls we'd heard about. The water was crystal clear and cascaded ...

        From Missoula to Thompson Falls

        A travel blog entry by pauline49 on Sep 16, 2013

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        ... a certain air of neglect about it. I had a huckleberry milkshake. It was delicious but not only was it huge it was so thick the straw stood up. I shared it.
        On the way to Thompson Falls we detoured to Hot Springs to look at more thermal activity. Whoops. We didn't find any hot springs (that was the name of the town) but we did see a few sights that left us in a state of bemusement ...

        Highlights of Silver Valley - Our Longest Day

        A travel blog entry by friesendm on Jun 03, 2013

        2 comments, 20 photos

        ... Pulaski prone at the mouth of the mine and initially took him for dead.

        The story continues with an agonizing trek back to Wallace, hoping it still stood. These fires throughout northern Idaho and Montana are still some of the worst on record, and are etched in the collective memory of long time residents of the Silver Valley.

        The walk itself felt like a trail through the Columbia River Gorge, our own stomping grounds here in the ...