BEST WESTERN PLUS Flathead Lake Inn and Suites
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... having recently arrived from South Dakota, and now it's Montana, via Idaho and Utah - states twenty, twenty one and twenty two of the trip - and now with more than 14,000 miles under our belts (22,500 kilometers). The majority of this last three weeks was spent in Colorado, with only a couple of days in Utah (which we have covered extensively in previous trips) and five nights in Idaho, before ...
... nothing to boast about, not even a gas station. There was one with a main street of buildings crying out for some TLC, that held a bank, several bars and casinos, and even a Ford Truck dealer, right there in downtown. Not sure I could live 50 miles from a grocery store and other services. In fact, I know I couldn't.
As we drove, Steve told me a story. He was talking to the desk clerk at our hotel who noted that his email address was hegolfs. So ...
Glacier National Park is becoming inaccessible due to the main road being closed at Logan Pass. Today, Sheila and I drove around the park to Many Glaciers. On our way, we got a real good idea of the fire and the efforts to get it under control. We got to the town of St. Mary. This town for the most part is now an area inhabited by fire fighters. The fire can be seen and smelled from that town. We continued our journey ...
... Red Busses. They aren't able to do the Sun road either, so they are doing flatland tours. After playing in the water a bit, we went back to West Glacier for an expensive lunch that wasn't very good. We made our way back on the super crooked roads. I drove to escape the kids in the backseat for a while. The kids and I walked down the hill and across the street to get pie and ice cream at ...
... some pictures but the air was so smoky that we didn't even get out of the truck...especially once we saw the picture you will find in the body of this post! Would YOU have gotten out?? As we traveled through the vast Mission Valley, on our right was a long range of craggy, tall mountains with evidence on them of ancient hanging valleys, and U-shaped curves which were the sign of long gone glaciers. Glaciated land fascinates me...it is fun to try to figure out where ...