The Garrison Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... pictures just weren't good. We actually has some pretty good views ourselves, it is just that my camera won't give the true picture. We decided to stop early today for two reasons...one, we didn't want to head on to west Glacier and try to find a camping spot late in the day and (two) also because I had yet to get my nails done and (you ladies understand this) I was on my last nerve with how my nails were looking. At any rate we stopped in at one campground that ...
We start off our trip at 8:30 am and in true McInnes fashion, we forgot the air mattresses for the kids. So poor Chad makes a slight detour and meets up with us at his Mom's. Get the girls, dog and hamster (thank you Cheryl!!) settled in and we bail! The drive is fairly calm until just south of Calgary where we get some good clouds and rain. Even with the weather we are making good time and the GPS says we should arrive at 6:16 pm. Too bad the GPS couldn't predict the border ...
... inevitably led to endless reminiscence. Just a few short years of calling Missoula home. Another few short years have passed before returning. There were so many places I wanted to visit. The old house on Sherwood, across from the rumbling railway tracks, ten tracks wide. The homes of friends since moved away. The University. My dorm window. And of course down by the Clark Fork River under the trees beside the water.
... Then reality strikes as you wait to get inside of the park, search for open
campsites, wait for road improvements, board crowed buses and seek sidewalk benches to
enjoy your ice cream. Still most people accept, even enjoy, this as
part of their vacation. They simply look around them, realizing just
what a special place in is that they are in.
We toured the park by helicopter on our
first day here. This ...
... given me a warning, the the fine would have been $20.00. I thought "WOW" only $20.00 for speeding!!! Then she proceeded to tell me that she was giving us a citation for Connie NOT wearing a seat belt. The at fine would be $20.00 also but we could appear in court or pay the fine.
Well, because Connie made such a big deal about ME not sharing the cost of a citation, we, of course, ...