Budget Inn of Missoula
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The restaurant is called 'Rustic Lodge' and looks like it is an old ranch shack. I am hoping I can get a big piece of Montana beef, not as good as Alberta beef, but a close second. It ends up being a Mexican restaurant, and I hate MX food. I end up with fish tacos and many, many wheat ales. I close the place down which happens at 2200 hrs, I am 50, remember?
Retiring for the evening I watch two hours of Top Gear on NetFlix, it is the Season ...
... stones to put into her growing collection. A great trip, but the whole time I was wandering around out there, I kept thinking I should be listening to The Marshall Tucker Band; their music seems to fit that environment.
I've seen some odd billboards that tell when the Montana Testicle Festival will be in, or around town. A quick search on the old internet gave me views that can only be cured with Drāno being poured into ...
Bryant was back to work today, so Keith and I decided to do a sightseeing trip to Butte, MT for the day. It was about two hours East of Missoula off of Interstate 90.
Butte was a large copper and ore mining ...
... E fell asleep right away, and slept for the entire 3 hours we were driving. We arrived in Missoula just before 7 and decided to run into REI for some warmer clothing for going to Glacier, JUST IN CASE. An hour and many bucks later, we left, only to run over to Target for other incidentals. I also needed some more memory cards for my camera, so we made ANOTHER stop. Then it was back to the Hotel. We checked in, unloaded ...
... today (e.g., they had the print-out for the journals from September 15th on display today). Very cool and very real.
Portions of the original trail still exist near the Lolo Pass. I went to take a look. It’s difficult to imagine what it was like for them, even standing on the same trail they used. The area where I stood is now a logging property – even though it was covered with trees ...