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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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Day 1 drive was great! We had burgers at Frank's Diner in Spokane, went through Idaho, and got to Missoula in 10 hours- not bad. We stayed at the C'Mon Inn-boys' choice and it did not disappoint.
... passing through West Glacier and finding the other end of the Going to the Sun road, I found a nice camp near Five Lakes. That afternoon I was lazing about when some kids started making an excited commotion. They had caught this rat looking thing with a soft rake and had it pinned. I got hold of it and by then other adults arrived. It was a gofer, just like out of Caddyshack. I took it away from the campground and let it go in some bushes.
... bear country! A great place where the air is clean and the skies go on forever. We are now in Montana. Darby looks like a great place to live - a big house with lots of out buildings and 10 acres of land will only be about $400000 .
Another Super 8 tonight, so we know what to expect - a good level of comfort and of course the two queen sized bed for me and my room mate Andy Stoddart.
... Bet they rock that church. What a treat!
There were many food vendors. We chose a food called Pasty (past-ee) that consists of meat, potatoes, onions, carrots stuffed in a flaky crust, baked, then you put gravy on top. The miners in Butte, MT used to take Pastys into the mines for lunch. Soon it became a Montana favorite.
It was another busy day in Missoula!
... some rugged (boulders) mountain ranges around Butte, MT.
After arriving in Missoula at our cute little house, we went out to dinner with Bryant and Priya. We were exhausted and crashed around midnight.
Total miles from Ohio was 2,014.