BEST WESTERN PLUS Flathead Lake Inn and Suites
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Indoor pool
- Swimming pool
- Hot tub
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Na een goed ontbijt weer de weg op naar Kalispell om Glacier NP te gaan bezoeken. We konden in een rustig tempo over zeer rustige wegen naar Kalispell rijden. De temperatuur was opgelopen naar 38 graden.
Ons hotel in Kalispell lag 15 km van het centrum. We zijn naar het centrum gereden en een vrijwel uitgestorven (maar wel met airco) …
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 …
... I did, however, have access to two heavy, wool blankets which I ended up using in the middle of the night because it got bone-chilling cold. I'm clearly noticing that I'm a little rusty from not having camped in a long time because I would have packed my gear with the essentials readily accessible. I'm certain that I'll reacquire the skill as I go; it's like riding a bike - isn't it?
Nearby is Glacier National Park (GNP). It is ...
... that it doesn't have wifi and bec our prepaid SIM cards and from T-mobile, we can't get data network in this remote location. Only AT&T is available here. Looks like we'll be plugged out for the next 4 nights. Hopefully we can find some place in Colombia Falls that have free wifi. Oh, forgot to add that the water here tastes and smells metallic. It is potable but just tastes funny. It's 10:55pm now. The sun sets later here. At 10pm, there is still ...
... the other day, very prosperous looking for the most part. As we came out of those mountains, we were in the Jocko Valley which was not as wide as the one we were in yesterday. Again there was farm land, cattle and horses, mountains, and fields to be seen as we drove. As we came around one corner, we saw what we thought was a bridge such as the ones we sometimes see in Virginia. As we got closer, we could see that it was different from those bridges. The sign just ...