Comfort Inn University District / Downtown
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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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We left beautiful Flathead River this morning. The drive through the remainder of Montana was truly beautiful. Rivers and the railroad by the side of the road. We stopped at a particularly large and azure colored Lake McGregor. The TravelingTails
were thrilled to get out of the R V and explore. Babe actually got in the crystal clear lake up to ...
... And here we are a mile from the north entrance to Yellowstone. Our campsite overlooks the rolling yellow hills of Yellowstone. As we sat and enjoyed the view last night, we saw 2 elk meandering across the street, passing within feet of 4 pedestrians and without a care or concern walked up the hill in a residential area to nibble on some trees.
Today we are off to drive through Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks. Can't wait!
... open . . . so I walked down to find out . . . but on the way passed another (newer) venue, The Lodge, . . . a sort of upscale sports bar. Lots of wood, a rustic feel, and large booths . . . and not too busy at 2:00 p.m.!! I got a menu to show Carol.
Upon return, I took some pictures of the gussied up King Street Station . . . and this place has had quite a make-over since being here in 2008!! They have painted the place bright white, cleaned, repaired, or ...
After the 2 ½ weeks with Susan and Eldon in Spokane we hooked up the trailer for the final leg of the journey. We decided to avoid the mountain passes and drove Route 2, a beautiful ride through Priest River, Washington, Sand Point, Idaho and Libby, Montana before returning to our favorite Valley in the country.
... joining her, as was Jamie. When we got there we found out only two people could jump at one time. The plane was so small and rickety, I would go as far to say it was scarier than the first time I jumped in Australia. Jamie jumped first, then it was my mom’s turn and then it was my go. I remember stepping out on the step and thinking how are we going to jump and not hit this giant bar in front of us? I knew I was supposed to lean back and I remember trying, but I was freaking ...