Crossland Economy Studios - Spokane - Valley
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... busy, busy place.....had 3- ring binder for menu with 101 kinds of burgers. Joel had a burger and curly fries...Diane had cup of turkey, leeks and mushrooms soup and grilled cheese....18.00 cash. Delicious!
Overnight in Bozeman. Looks very much like winter......snowing. Comfort inn...91.88 on visa.
Supper at Old Chicago......Joel had Chicago 7 calzone and Diane had crispy chicken salad. Delicious as always. 33.65 on ...
... time on the excellent signal Internet we head to Susan's third birthday meal at Red Robin. Of course it is all so time for the birthday cake from Fred Meyers. Ed gassed up at $3.80 or so. Back at KOA we have cake and gifts she has been picking up along the way. We had a hard time getting a signal, but hope to publish tonight. We will try to add photos later. Tomorrow we plan to drive to Columbia River area.
Ed drove 264 miles ...
One of the biggest highlights for me on this journey was today. I have always wanted to see Yellowstone National Park and I am very grateful that we got up early today after our snowday to see the park for a few hours. We retraced our route and drove southeast to the north entrance of Yellowstone in Gardiner, MT (the only Yellowstone entrance open year-round). The drive from Bozeman was about an hour and a half and it was well worth it. Driving ...
... a stream weaving through the historic district) and the cute little homes on the hill just above downtown... but we didn't stop, nor did I get any good photos... just a drive through to admire.
In Bigfork, we had our first view of Flathead Lake. Surrounded by the Rockies, huge and blue. We got to follow it around the north and west side of it, playing peek-a-boo with the blue. We stopped in adorable Lakeside for a ...
... or maybe they fried up some bacon and put it in there) which I assume is gravy for the biscuits. People are pouring it on and raving about it, but doesn't look like something I would enjoy so I don't even try. We eat our waffle and do some people watching then head back to our room. If you get what you pay for, the breakfast was worth every penny of free. Tomorrow will be breakfast somewhere else.