Hampton Inn Missoula
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- Airport Transportation
- Free airport shuttle
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Swimming pool
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Travel Blogs from Missoula
... adjudicator. After I am convinced I am going to turn around it takes another 5 miles to find a place to do it, but it happens.
I pull into the mo'tel parking lot, it is paved, but alas no pansies, but BBQ makes up for it! I can smell the smoker! I drive up and down the front of the mo'tel a couple of times but cannot find the office, so I check into the BBQ shack up at the bar. I ask the nice lady at the bar where the office is and she says right here, ...
... few interesting pieces in it: weight scales and benches, but there was a badly banged up cash register as well. It made me wonder how many miners came in, gripping their hats in anticipation of how much they earned; or, holding their stomachs, hoping in desperation they'd made enough to buy dinner and a space to sleep indoors. Affixed to the office was the general mercantile store which was loaded with beautifully rusted saw blades, skis, picks, ...
... got to basin lot cars were lined up on road to get in lot and we had to keep going.
Exited Yellowstone at West Yellowstone and drove north thru Madison Valley which extends from Lake Hebgen up to Ennis - same route we cane south on to get to Yellowstone week earlier. Very scenic but earthquake prone. There were 4 or 5 quakes here from 1959 to ...
... light was the stars. I kept hearing something scratching around on the hill across the water from us. I kept shining our weak flashlight across the way hoping to not see any eyes shinning back at us. Thankfully there never were however, near the end of the shoot something barked/howled across the meadow. Took us about two minutes to back up our gear and head for the ...
... that morning. They were only about 15 minutes ahead of us in the car! Keith and I let them know we were seeking cherries and a huckleberry pie (they are very popular up here).
Beth also said their new hiking friends were coming back to Missoula to spend the night with Bryant, before heading back to Lake Tahoe on Monday.
We spent the evening hearing about their ...