Americas Best Value Inn Kalispell
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Vanmorgen weer op tijd opgestaan (doen we elke dag tot nu toe maar ja), we hebben een lange reisdag voor de boeg. We hebben een groot stuk van Montana doorgereden, een prachtig landschap vol heuvels en ranches.
Al snel gestopt om even te tanken, daar ontdekte Eddy dat er een groep jongeren onder begeleiding van een man klaar stond om auto's te …
... were to go under it identified it as an animal crossing bridge! Who knew. It was fairly broad and was covered in dirt and grasses so that the deer, elk, etc will have a place to cross over.This is because the tall elk fence lining the road will not allow them to cross at will. Clever. We drove through a National Bison Range, but did not see any bison...just a lonely cow or two. However the topography was most interesting. We stopped at an overlook with the intention ...
... or dreamed of a long cycling tour, backpacking trip, canoe or kayak adventure my advise is to do it. Don't wait for everything to be perfect, because it's the imperfections of the journey that most often leave the most wonderful memories in their wake. With that I'll be ending this blog to be replaced with another journey in the future, because this wandering Hobo/Hobbit/Ewok is already beginning to get ...
... of its long straight grain and consistent coloring. The native Americans favored it for tepee poles as it grows very straight and is very resilient to bending without breaking.
I made a mistake today when we stopped at Kootenai Falls. I thought the falls did not sound that interesting and I did not know at the time there was a bridge so I stayed at the picnic area while Jean ...
... because he looks like a raving Arab with his beard. But as soon as he said something the guard recognized that he was from the back woods of New Hampsha. And he let me go as soon as he figured out that all I had on me that I purchased in Canada was half a quart of motor oil an a package of prunes (notice a theme here?).
after the border we stopped for lunch. The waitress informed us that the Road through Glacier ...