The Master Suite Bed And Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... us a few days ago with pictures of very similar pieces of metal art. Well, of course we had to stop and take a couple of pictures. I don't think that they are as elaborate as the ones in the pictures, but we thought it was funny since we had discussed them with you earlier today! We drove through Polson, MT which was a very attractive little town on an arm of Flathead Lake. Across the lake we could see the towering tops of glaciated mountains...again the sky was so ...
... 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. ...
You have no idea how hard we worked to get the last three blogs published. I stayed up late and Ed got up early to try. He finally went back to the setting and walked through every step, the long way and got one to publish! Hallelujah Amen! He did this with the other two. Photos, FORGET IT.
in 10 minutes we got one, so we will have to work on this later.
We met Irish lady Jo, our Red Bus tour, Crown of the Continent, driver at 8. Good news she says she ...
... because he looks like a raving Arab with his beard. But as soon as he said something the guard recognized that he was from the back woods of New Hampsha. And he let me go as soon as he figured out that all I had on me that I purchased in Canada was half a quart of motor oil an a package of prunes (notice a theme here?).
after the border we stopped for lunch. The waitress informed us that the Road through Glacier ...
... Charles, and Amelia; old friends from school.
We organized a trip to Gerry Johnson Hot Springs in Northern Idaho, one of our usual weekend haunts during our time together in Missoula. There's hardly a better place to relax. After a short walk down a unassuming dirt trail you are rewarded with two large pools of steaming water to bath in. The hardest part about the trip is getting out of the water to leave!
Being in ...