Jorgenson's Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
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... to descend that will not create a rock slide with me in it. I go down slowly, feet first and urge Sue to do the same.
We get back down to the trail. I don't mind telling you that my legs are trembling and feel a little like rubber. I notice on the way back that there are cactus here. I never associated Montana with cactus for some reason. We walk back the trail, stopping to rest occasionally and ...
... ground cover similar to the arid lands around them. That means low prairie grasses, sage brush, and a bright green bushy plant called rabbit brush. I investigated why the southern slopes are more barren – it has to do with the increased sunlight on the south side melting the snow faster and drying out the soil more quickly. Therefore the north sides would have coniferous forest and the south low grasses and drought tolerant plants.
... for a walk, watched Tennessee throw her first skipping rock in the lake, played Charades, Yahtzee and then the kids played catch. Which is where things went sideways and ended with Ryder screaming in pain. He had fallen on the rocks and had quite the gash on his knee and upper thigh. Good thing we have 2 first aid kits with us.
Today’s totals: 654.6km, 1 injury
... grand lodge, village, indoor and outdoor skating rinks, and tented amphitheater. Security kept the public away from the conference attendees and we could still explore most of the grounds without being uncomfortable. We biked up and around Dollar Mountain and passes the ski area and several golf courses. And, we viewed one of eight Pegram designed truss bridges still in existence in the U.S. Turns out that seven of them are in Idaho. We next drove north along Route ...
... of our neighbor's tasty Summer for lunch...at least I did. Lynn made me a sandwich from it with onions and pickles. Delicious...
I forgot to mention that Lynn took the wheel of The Pearl for about twenty-five miles in a quiet area in Idaho. She did a fine job and relaxed a bit. She said it was the most pleasant driving so far.
We're safely ...