Hampton Inn Kalispell
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The drivers of the vans to and from the airport were informative about the area and love the area. The room was clean, furniture nice. Breakfast was waffles, sausage, juice, etc and the menu changes every morning.
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... their grazing and resting on the remaining patches of snow. We saw a family of two adult goats and two baby goats and they were extremely close, only about ten feet away. And I just gotta say it goat babies are cute cute cute. Continued on to the west side of the park and went swimming (the boys) / wading (the girls- c'mon that glacier water is cold!) in Lake McDonald. We had started to notice that the skies ...
... for another adventure. I think tomorrow I'll take a well deserved Zero Day! Day #28 Stats: Distance: 109 miles Ride Time: 8:05 Real Time: 11:30 Vertical Feet: 3300 ft. Day #29 Stats: Distance: 70 miles Ride Time: 5:20 Real Time: 7:00 Vertical Feet: 1600 ft. Total Trip Stats: Distance: 1,881 miles Total Vertical Feet: 98,400 ft. Total Ride Time: Let's not figure that one! Average Daily Milage: 64.9 ...
... early enough to react...and plan ahead. Finding the National Parks are busy with visitors is good news...from my perspective anyway.
The temperature for the drive today was pretty pleasant...high 60's at the beginning of the day and about 85 at 5:00 when we arrived in Kalispell, MT about 20 miles from West Glacier.
Different from what I have been lead to believe, Idaho ...
... in Idaho then turned north and drove almost to Canada before taking Rt. 20 through the woods to Montana. We passed Lake Pend Oreille and I began to understand that there is definitely a French influence in this area.
We crossed into Montana at 1:45 Pacific time and entered the Mountain time zone and we instantly lost an hour. Our drive took us along the Kootenai River, through the foothills of the Rocky Mountains. We passed tiny little towns and one not so ...
... closed. ****..second time It was closed. So we headed south again on the road around the park. There was a bit of a short cut at the bottom of the park. Turned out to be one of those roads that dropped off a couple hundred feet at the edge and there was no guard rail. And the road was in tough shape. It was quite fun and the views were spectacular (Remember, look out not down).
That road was a turning point for the ...