Hilton Garden Inn Missoula
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... 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 ...
We were off by 7:30 am to head North to Flathead Lake that is located on the Flathead Indian Reservation. The wind has picked up and the smoke haze has cleared.
Storm clouds this morning and looked angry over the Mission Mountain Range. When we were just about to the lake (a one and half hour drive), it began ...
... to arrive. We departed Calgary promptly at 9:00 am and made our way to the U.S. border crossing after stopping in Claresholm, AB for a quick bite for breakfast. Joey put on some new Gary Numan tracks (from Splinter) and we rocked the heck out. I got so excited I was fighting back tears. (This is what happens when I get really excited. I bawled for a moment after I met Walter Koenig, so I really need to get a grip and make sure that doesn't happen when ...
... different colors of dirt along the way (of hwy 97), even in just a 10 or so mile stretch. Brown, gray, red, yellow, and a yellow green were all seen. 2) I wonder if Oregon wishes that they put their money into solar rather than wind power. I was amazed to see 50-100 turbines along a stretch that were sitting on the hills not moving at all, while the sun beat down on them. 3) I kind of wish that we left a little more time for the drive up. ...
In the morning, we woke up late. Sleeping in a hotel has its benefits! We grabbed some breakfast and hit the road. Before we headed on to Glacier, we stopped to see the grand canyon of Yellowstone and the upper falls. At the grand canyon, it was big and empty. We were just about the only people out and about that morning. At the upper falls, we ...