Hampton Inn Missoula
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Our shortest venture yet took us from Missoula to Bearmouth RV campgrounds; a grand total of 35 minutes on the road. We'd seen it coming in to Missoula and then again as we left Garnet ghost town; spacious, beside the river and away from any real town. July 15th through at least the 29th we'll be here. The major reasoning is due to the weather in Idaho which is sitting in the 90's, whereas Montana is at most in the low 80's. The to-do list is pretty short: A ...
... bar, but we eventually settled in, meals had to be ordered from the kitchen down the back.
I don't know what we did here but our third beer was shouted by the owner Charlie and the when the barmaids changed shift they decide to shout us one too - Maybe they just liked us.
Headed back to our room about 11:00. Missoula seemed to be going OK when compared to some other small ...
... a nail place for me. After several tours around all the back streets in Missoula compliments of Chickie, we were both over it and headed for our home for tonight, Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park! We haven't stayed at one of these for years...probably the last time was when our girls were young. It is a very attractive park and well maintained. We are on a partial hook up lot which all of you RVers know means that we may or may not get a level lot...we didn't but ...
Another warm day in Missoula. High 90's.
We drove downtown for "Lunch in the Park". They have this venue every Wednesday at Caras Park from June through August. We counted 25 food vendors, with every type of cuisine. There is even a live band. Tremendous crowds, a real win, win for everyone.
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Started with a 60 mile ride to Craters of the moon this morning. It started raining *************ly 1 picture. The rain is really getting old! I went to the visitor center and saw a flick about how the craters were formed. The rain finally let up and I skipped the 40 minute loop because it ...