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- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Indoor pool
- High-speed internet in room
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... finally made it to the park and ended up camping on the hiker/biker site because the camp was full. It all turned out alright and our camp mates were amazed at the route we traversed. Thoughts while pedaling: How can I think when my brain is being jared loose on all of these washboards! Stats: Distance: 83 miles (20+ on gravel) Ride Time: 7:00 Real Time: 10:30 Vertical Feet: 2500 ...
... wasn't crazy. it was also a beautiful tour, we got to see fish flying out of the water, about 5 eagles, osprey, an owl, and a bird originating from Asia that is a great fisher (can't remember the name), a kingfisher (bird), a duck, and cows along the river. Water, mountainsides, wild animals, all so beautiful. We got back to our ...
... 3 beautiful small wall hangings, replicas of St. Theresa. I bought the 3 of them. We arrive at the Flathead KOA around noon. It is a really nice RV park, small but very nice. At the entrance to the RV park they have a motor coach section. It is a gorgeous set-up. Each site has a view of the lake and each site is privately owned. Our site also has a view of the lake and has a small patio. We will be here for three days. We have ...
So today was mainly a driving day and we travelled about 350 miles across lots of Montana. First stop was the lovely town of Bozeman and a chance for a bit of a kit shop (new water shoes for me to replace the victims of Firehole Rapids, and new sunglasses for Matt and the kids). We also managed to get our hands on some maps of Montana and Glacier. All our maps and guide books are still missing in action in the bag that ...
... I ran, I tried to notice the houses (hard when you are sweating and panting) – all wood-panelled but many did seem in need of renovation. Apparently Somers was built wholly to accommodate workers for a huge saw mill that was built there in the 1800s. The saw mill is long gone, and the settlement has perhaps seen better days. The houses tended to have porches with rocking chairs on. It begged the question – how do people here manage with the ...