Hilton Garden Inn Missoula
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If Seattle could give a marketing pitch to anyone, today was the day. There was a bright, clear sky, high 70s and a concert happening just next to the waterfront. And they say well begun is half done. Sheetal and Vikram drove up to Seattle in our newly rented Mazda 6 (I love this car, for a road trip), bright blue and all set to add 2000 miles to …
... us, we hung on to his every suggestion like he was a new god. Famous Dave, you best be giving young Bobby there a raise because he is AWESOME. Your bread pudding is pretty amazing, too. Holy ****. As our evening came to a close, we huddled in the (easily the fanciest) Motel 6 and planned our next day or so. We are heading West, to Lincoln Rock State Park for our first night of camping! Photos attached are a mixture of iPhone 5 photos and my Nikon D5100. - ...
What a day. We started by heading to Waterton Park for breakfast, about 40 minutes from where we stayed. On the way we saw Osprey (I think) in a huge nest on top of a power pole. The nest was almost as wide as the cross arms. Then on to Waterton, and when we got there its a park so you have to pay to get in, about $20. Nearly didn't. So glad we did. What an absolute gem of a village. Tourist focused of course, but so ...
... path to the water's edge was a little bumpy on the wee Mazda, but like a true Mountie, she trooped through.
Continuing on through more valleys, the ski resort Big Sky loomed. Log cabins dotted the surrounding valley while the mountain peaks glistened above. Obviously during winter this region is encased in snow and swarming with skiers and boarders alike. Today horses and water activities are the choice of leisure. Before we knew it, the valley opened up and the ...
... visited each event (except the pet event) and walked the entire length of downtown. For lunch we stopped at Docs for a sandwich – great food, very fresh, lots of variety in the sandwiches which are all named after famous doctors such as Dr Who, Dr Kildare, Dr Demento and many others. It was a nice relaxing day around town.
Sunday was our last day in town and we decided that we wanted to make sure that we got to fish all of the major ...
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