Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Kalispell
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... nothing to boast about, not even a gas station. There was one with a main street of buildings crying out for some TLC, that held a bank, several bars and casinos, and even a Ford Truck dealer, right there in downtown. Not sure I could live 50 miles from a grocery store and other services. In fact, I know I couldn't.
As we drove, Steve told me a story. He was talking to the desk clerk at our hotel who noted that his email address was hegolfs. So ...
... Pie on our way back to St. Mary but the recommended restaurant was closed so we headed back into St. Mary and had homemade ice cream instead. The smoke was pretty bad and we really weren’t looking forward to another evening stuck inside the trailer. Over the ice cream we discussed calling the KOA in West Glacier to see if we could come in a day early and decided that this was probably the best plan ...
... us a few days ago with pictures of very similar pieces of metal art. Well, of course we had to stop and take a couple of pictures. I don't think that they are as elaborate as the ones in the pictures, but we thought it was funny since we had discussed them with you earlier today! We drove through Polson, MT which was a very attractive little town on an arm of Flathead Lake. Across the lake we could see the towering tops of glaciated mountains...again the sky was so ...
... quickly ushered me out of the office. He wouldn't even let me take an area map. I was fuming! I had cell phone service, but no internet. So I had to call Maggie, and get her to check int the internet for available space. While she was calling, I stopped for diesel and local cherries. Somehow, I then lost my American Express card. So I had to deal with canceling my card. Maggie found us ...
... and read them to us. Obviously, they were in training for the soon to come summer tourist season. It was cold and overcast, but, the ride was a beautiful one. The lake was one of a number that were created by glaciers moving throughout the Rockies. The guide explained to us that there had been a fire in 2003, the results of which we could clearly see. The best way to show everyone is by the ...