Big Mountain Lodge
Travel Blogs from Whitefish
... we are grateful for. She has provided us with enough to do over the past two weeks. When we arrived in Missoula, Montana which had been recommended to us for its biking we were just so happy to be there. The guy at the visitor centre was stellar and told us of a shin dig by the riverside and the best trails to visit. We spent the afternoon looking around, enjoying the surfers and kayakers riding the man made wave in the middle of town ...
... early days the only way to get to the lodge was by boat. There was no road so was tourists arrived at the lodge they would have to hike or take a horse to get into the park. So what I thought was the front of the lodge was actually the back. The side facing the lake is the actual front.
After a relaxing cruise it was easy to have an early night and get ready for the drive to Yellowstone.
... up there, with all it's attendant problems....) Huge shame, as we really wanted to do that drive, touted by one & all, as one of America's best. Saturday dawned cloudy & cold, looking like rain, but we decided to do a hike around Two Medicine Lake, anyway. We set off, & did all the extra side walks we could, out to Inspiration Point on the lakeshore, the Aster Falls & Viewpoint& up to Twin Falls also. The whole hike including extras would have about 11 miles. Just before the turn to ...
... After dishwashing, I watched JD brought out a filter to get rid of any solid food particles before dumping rest of the water in a bucket. I then watch JD swing the bucket to disposed all the liquids in a large area to avoid environmental impact. Even brushing teeth is a task. Since I don't have a cup to hold water, I ended up using a small ziplock bag to hold water and brush my teeth with my mouth closed to avoid any spillage ...
... although quite a few were boarded up. It looked like the historic Macy’s had just closed.
We stopped in a couple head shops. Hey, get your mind out of the gutter. The signs say “for tobacco use only”. And if it sign says it, it must be true. Anyway we were there for business purposes. We recently learned that people use our kilns to make glass pipes and bongs, and that some of them are true artists. So we wanted to check it out. With all ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services