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- Continental Breakfast
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... 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 ...
... because he looks like a raving Arab with his beard. But as soon as he said something the guard recognized that he was from the back woods of New Hampsha. And he let me go as soon as he figured out that all I had on me that I purchased in Canada was half a quart of motor oil an a package of prunes (notice a theme here?).
after the border we stopped for lunch. The waitress informed us that the Road through Glacier ...
Today was an early start, I wanted to be at Many Glacier at least half an hour before the boat tour. I made it with plenty of time. This tour went around one lake then dropped us at a land bridge. We had to walk up and then down about 300 yds to the next lake. A boat took us to the another side were we could hike. I decided to go up towards the glacier. It wasn't possible to go to the glacier as they had had snow and at least 1.5 miles were ...
... 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 ...
... Janet and their daughter Sarah. They were lovely people, and we all got along really well; making the trip even more fun. Lyn and Jim were named as “chief paddlers” and were placed at the front of the raft...guess who was going to get the wettest??
Lyn and Jim were so engrossed in conversation they missed quite a few of Maddies rowing commands. And yes they both got very wet.
The rapids were awesome. The biggest ...