BEST WESTERN PLUS Flathead Lake Inn and Suites
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Headed back to West Glacier, just outside of Glacier Park for a half day white water rafting trip down the middle fork of the Flathead River. It was the kids and mine first time rafting and we all had a blast! The river is much lower and calmer in August than in May when the rafting season starts. Our guide Webster (who was straight out of central …
Leaving Gardiner we headed to Three Forks. There the Missouri is formed by three rivers: the Galatin, the Jefferson and the Madison rivers. From there we drove on to Kila where we spent the night at the Lonesome Dove Ranch. Wish we'd have more time there. At least we met Tom Tom, the backyard ...
... cheap beers with a pizza. Cool place with sawdust on floor and peanuts to east. It was fun . Preston especially happy as Mizzou beat Florida today. Sorta unexpected considering the QB was out for 6 weeks. AND Cardinals won last night. Yeah World Series ! ...
... the lot was almost empty (I was there before 9am, and the Center doesn't open until 9). The weather was lovely again today – it reached nearly 80 degrees with some clouds this afternoon (enough to keep the heat down, but not enough to ruin picture taking).
Today I got organized before I left for my hike – didn’t want to repeat Wednesday’s mistake and take my laptop up the mountain again ...
... Lewyn and I. Kevin and Riley had water shoes, so they were fine. We rode the bus to the entrance to the middle fork of the Flathead river. Our guide was named Haaken, and he was great. It was us and another family. Haaken was the steering guide. We went through 7 different class II and III rapids in about 120 minutes. It was so much fun! A once our boat almost flipped when it got hung up on a rock, but we all rushed to the high side ...