Courtyard By Marriott Missoula
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We spent two nights with Yogi Bear and Boo Boo in Missoula. Yogi would walk the grounds at dusk and look for hugs. We visited the Smoke Jumper Center and got to see the jump plane, the training center and where jumpers prepare their packs. The town of Missoula is a clean and beautiful city with lots of young people. We wanted to tube the river but learned about it too late.
... spectacular mountains all around the lakeside setting. Beautiful yellow butterfly's everywhere, and gophers just standing watching you, and deer in people's gardens. Don't feed the deer they get unafraid and aggressive and will lash out without provocation. Thought perhaps one could cull a few, but no. A waterfall roars into the village park that is also a outdoor theatre area. And did I mention the Prince of Wales ...
... the valley below that was formed from a glacial lake.
We were able to see bison, whitetailed deer, elk, pronghorn antelope, mule deer, and magpies.
We then checked out the St. Ignatius Mission on the way back to the rig. The mission was established in the mid 1800's to educate and convert the Flathead Indians. The inside was beautiful!
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... down there. John, the wrench at the bike hanger, did a really good job with my wheel. He threw a spoke in for me, noticed there was an extra spacer in one side that was queering the dish of the wheel all up and pulled that out, straightened the derailleur hanger, aligned and tightened the bars and stem (which I hadn’t put on straight when I got off the Amtrak), re-set the brakes for the properly dished wheel, and generally cleaned up and fussed over the whole ...