Americas Best Value Inn Kalispell
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... founder of the Discovery Channel, John Hendricks. The resort was well outside our modest budget, but the automobile museum was wonderful - with a collection of American motoring history stretching back a century. As we browsed the antique cars, maps and memorabilia, it reinforced the pleasure we are deriving daily from just being on our roadtrip, a concept that is such a part of American lore.
... was off work and we took a drive out to an old mining town and had lunch, hiked and went to a lake. The girls are very good at taking trips like this, as Bill and Genevieve taking them camping frequently. I was amazed how they walked on rocky paths and jumped into the cold lake! Iona may dress like a princess, but she is a tuff NW outside girl! Forgot to tell you that she wears nothing but long princess style gowns! Grandma Jeri gets most of ...
... who rather enjoyed our cakes ! Still it made for a good photo op' :) Stopping off in Browning (a small town) for a coffee, we chatted with Alfred, a genuine Blackfoot Indian, who told us he was a Pekinese !! We thought that was a dog ! Travelling back through the Rockies we crossed the Continental divide- an area where two tectonic plates collided to form the mountains. Car returned to Whitefish, we left town on the shuttle bus to Butte on the next ...
... full for the evening, so we got on the phone and called a couple more before finding space for tonight. We pulled into Glacier Pines RV Park in Kalispell at 3:00 with a temperature of 88 degrees. This is an OK campground...an older one but fairly well maintained. We were able to get level without blocks and we are hoping that the electricity will get stronger as the evening cools off. The WIFI looks as if it will be OK, but later will tell the tale. As usual, if I ...
... To be a glacier the ice has to be more than 100 feet deep. Big-horn sheep, bears, and wolves are among the types of wildlife populating the park. We didn't see any bears, but there was a bear sighting reported not too far from the visitor center where our bus tour started.
Glacier Park is huge. Our forays were both on the west side of the park; we never got all the way through to the east side. One of the folks in the row behind us at the ...