Days Inn Cranbrook
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... are on our tour, so we get a pick of the seats on the train, we even get a whole carriage to ourselves. The train winds it's way up a valley, following a creek until it reaches the entrance to the mine, an unassuming entrance made of timber that gives no indication of the sheer size of the mine that sits behind it. Bill, a retired miner who now leads the tours, tells us that there are 300 miles of mines down here, 55 miles of train tracks and ...
... departed early am July 2, 2015 … had to take an alternate route through rural Stevens County because of road construction … Crossing Hwy 395 to Hwy 2 … crossing into Idaho then onto to ID Hwy 95N to the Canadian Border … The border crossing as a piece of cake then we traversed on to Cranbrook for a few groceries at a Walmart (Canadian Super Walmart in Cranbrook is REALLY, REALLY different than Walmart in the States… Walmart ...
... were on the bus by 6:45 am. Leaving Kalispell for St. Eugene. Went to Glacier National Park today. Took our tour bus to the visitor center parking lot and had 20 minutes to use the bathroom and see the gift shop and get on the smaller buses for the park. There were 4 buses for the park. The smaller buses were driven by guides form the Blackfoot tribe. The Sun road was just opened last week from a snowfall on July 1st that dumped 3 feet of snow on the road and closed the ...
... name is the 'Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump’. ‘Head-Smashed-In’ is the name of this particular cliff site.
The area is important because ...
... Mindy showed us how to cook these marshmallows (they are quite bigger than our marshmallows, you can get about 3 turns of cooking and eating the caramelised treat off the stick re cooking them... Sound weird I know but they are that big.
The Purcell Mountains have areas of huge landslides and avalanches and we scouted these areas without luck looking for Bears we did how ever see a Martin, a small creature very Illusive. Another great day in The ...