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Travel Blogs from Kalispell
... the pit toilets in this campground were cleaner than Pinecrest.
A great drive through beautiful country to Kalispell, Montana, the gateway to the West Glacier entrance to the Glacier National Park.
The Outlaw Hotel was nice and we ordered dinner from the Montana Club. We both had a California Club sandwich (chicken breast, bacon, cheese) and a side salad. ...
... 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.
... a great way. We then retreated next door to the Blue Canyon Bar & Restaurant and had a great meal (meals of the trip so far) along with some local beers and an Australian McLaren Vale Shiraz by the glass!! Forget the brand but it tasted great, we had a good chat to the barmaid and manager and ended up getting a couple of free glasses on the house. A day that could have really gone pear shaped ended up being a really enjoyable day, the bike gods have really looked after ...
... RV park was one of the best we have stayed at. We even had grass and a large shade tree! We arrived in 84 degrees - cooling to 49 and Monday was 96 - but it was a dry heat - which means your skin turns RED, but NOT MOIST!
We spent 9 hours and 188 miles touring Glacier National Park on Monday. Geez, we just can't get away from DRIVING!
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... Glacier Park goes into the Blackfeet Indian Reservation. I went through Browning, the biggest town on the reservation, on the way up to the Divide. It is here that major Indian festivals are held. Its a big town. The Blackfeet were so fierce that the Pass that I came through remained "undiscovered" for years, with the explorers scared of Indian attack. It was actually "found" in mid winter in the late 19th century (I ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed