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After Glacier, we drove to the Kalispell Hampton Inn. Laundry beckoned! 6 days out! Glad I emptied out our change jar for the quarters for the washer and dryer! Went to dinner at Hops and decided to have a somewhat within reason meal. No apps, no wine, and no dessert. Boring but needed after some of the dinners of late. So, Dick had ...
... Spokane then run into Seattle. Brandi's jeans flew of top of car where were drying, Simon's peripheral rear-view mirror vision upto task and recovery made. 246 miles. Inspected Kalispell Grand Hotel on Main Street but chose more modern facilities. Neither ever been to Montana...Million Miles ...
... worn pathways and take a road less traveled to use another's phrase. That's what this trip was about, stepping out alone on a bicycle and experiencing the textures of the journey. I learned what it was like to be left alone with my thoughts for hours as I cycled along a lonely mountain pass, no texts, no emails, no phone reception at all. I was able to hear the grasshoppers and locusts "clack" as ...
and a road sign saying - "Cell Phone Pull Out" (so it must be a law that you cannot talk while driving - not a bad idea for some people anyway)
After we arrive at the campsite and get settled into our place, we head up to Glacier for the afternoon and to check it out.
We immediately sign up for an 8 hour driving tour on one of the Red Bus Tours. These cars have been in operation since around 1926. They ...
... lodge. Pretty cute lodge and we jumped onto one of their boat tours, sadly no animal sightings. After that we headed a little farther out and saw the McDonald falls! Very pretty. We headed back about 7 pm, Hugh passed out, and Matt and I just ate dinner. Time to clean up so we don't get eaten by bears...and mosquitos. Farewell, goodnight, and post ...