Econo Lodge Kalispell
- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Woke up early to try to beat the crowds for our drive of the Going to the Sun Highway. The highway is a major feat of engineering and spans the width of Glacier Park. The highway crosses the continental divide at Logan Pass. There were so many dizzying views and hairpin turns. I was very glad that I was not driving! The park is full of waterfalls due to all the run off and melting and some of them are amazingly ...
... Drove Going to the Sun Rd to Logan Pass. Despite long delays due to road construction, the drive was worth it. - Had two meals at Polebridge, MT -- well worth the drive. Folks that work and live there very friendly. No power lines to Polebridge, they use solar and propane for the restaurant, and to cook the tasty bakery goods at the mercantile. - Drove to Bowman lake & hiked a few miles to ...
Model A update: Yesterday when we got in to Ponderay I reset the radiator to better align the hood to eliminate some squeaks and rattles. I added some additional washers under the radiator to increase the space between the radiator shell and the hood shelves. This additional clearance should quiet things down. I also greased the chassis again and checked the oil levels in the ...
... usual before venturing out. The first thing Mr. Hugo wanted to do was go to the water and skip rocks. After that we hopped back into the car to drive around and see what was around. Guess what? We saw our first bear. not only our first however, but 3! A mama bear and 2 cubs. Freakin' cute I'd say (but only at a distance). After that our first stop ...
... I-90. It took us through the Columbia Basin in eastern Washington State. It is a mix of desert and prairie land (much like the southwest) and farm land. We drove through in the morning when the fields were being irrigated by those now familiar sprinkler systems that are as wide as the fields and sometimes pivot on a point in the center of the field, and sometimes are moved around manually to different parts of the field. The water comes from drainage from the Columbia ...