Budget Inn of Missoula
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... the early 1900's and boasts one of oldest Underground Cities in the U.S. During the Prohibition-era the residents built a small city under the main streets. The Underground Jail was used until 1971, when the ...
... wrinkled sheets at FASEB."
While most of the class -- who were all younger than me, new to the U.S., or both -- dutifully took notes, my dirty mind immediately went to: "Well, what if I want to get wrinkled sheets at FASEB?" I happened to look over and caught the eye of a young woman also trying to hide a smile. "Oh, I have to get to know this person," I thought to myself.
And so my friendship with Kathy began.
... to talk to while riding all day. We enjoyed each others company so much that we will probably travel together tomorrow as well. I can see why Montana's motto is "Big Sky Country". The vistas are gigantic! Making me feel like an ant crawling slowly along the surface so sweeping are the views. We stopped in Seeley Lake today to camp and charmed the U.S. Forestry guy named Don into letting us put up our tents in the picnic area as the park was full for the weekend. ...
... of water but we couldn't go to Yellowstone without seeing it and we're glad we did!
Gibbon Falls were beautiful and on our drive to the Norris Geyser Basin we saw some more bison and deer. The Mammoth Hot Springs area had a huge herd of elk, some with large antlers, and one even walking through the parking lot. The Visitor Center was interesting and had a large display about the animals in the ...
... Sky Brewing Co. for my "Moose Drool" growler. They had none in stock, so we settled for beer steins and glasses for now. Here is their website: www.bigskybrew.com. Great beer!
We also went to a local winery called Ten Spoons Winery. Looking for some local wines to take home with us.
Tonite there is a festival in the ...