The Master Suite Bed And Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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After a little over 34 hours of travel, and just over two hours of sleep, I finally made it! Arrived in Kalispell at midnight, after a surprisingly smooth flight in the propeller plane. Much to my delight, I spent the flight with Brooke under my chair (Brooke being a beautiful German Shepard, who had just come back from a day of work as a Search and Rescue dog). I was also fortunate enough to be sitting near a few doctors, whom I got chatting with, and ...
... for a broken cabinet door. I went to a hardware store the other day looking for a hinge (a likely place, no?), but they were all thicker than the RV hinge, so I hope I can get it at the RV store. The next four days we'll spend in Glacier National Park and the surrounding area, before heading for the Canadian border on Monday. I guess we'll need to learn how to say "eh," eh?
... Philly, to the rude customer service agent in Minneapolis, the landing time in Montana and how the start of my vaction was ruined. I explained that I was not interested in the $75 future trip voucher with Delta as I would not be flying with them ever again and told her that I wanted a refund as they did not deliver their part of a landing time of 1:30 p.m. in Montana that I paid for. She informed me that Delta DOES NOT DO REFUNDS. They will not credit ...
... that starts a great conversation about the eastern sierras Fortunately we reach the mountains just as the sun is setting;here's what we saw from our seat as we made the spectacular journey up to Maria's pass: Stop at East Glacier which still looks awesome Then a dark stop at Essex for Izaak Walton Inn Then on to West Glacier; say goodbye to Ryan who has been a great seat-mate! Down to the lower deck ...
... Not as exciting as the bears ...Mountain goats and big horn sheep and a deer with huge antlers. We also saw a pack of wolves but they were in the distance and we didn't get a picture.
Crossed into Canada via the Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park border.
On our way to Pincher Creek. ( Head Smashed in Buffalo Jump) Will be on our agenda for tomorrow before heading off to ...