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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... people at different lands. I felt a confirmation that my dream to build a community/retreat center was the right path for me.
I cherish my life, even with its mistakes. I don't regret my marriage or moving to Mexico. I don't regret getting rid of all my possessions to travel and to learn so that I may build this dream, meeting the right people along the way. I don't feel that the United States has much to offer me, ...
... 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 ...
... we were there, a bus came
in with a girl’s softball team from Idaho. It appears that they have to travel a long distance to find competition.
It was hot again today but we are at a higher altitude, so it is only in the high 70’s. It does
cool off at night, however, and from here on it should get cooler. We are heading due north. The nights are good for sleeping and tonight we will do just that. We ...
... church), often having the 10 commandments (in King James language) written large outside the building!. What was also noticeable was the blending of faith and patriotism often implied (eg the cross on the American flag), which would seem to be an unnecessary confusion. Anyway, we arrived in Whitefish, which was a small skiing town. What puzzled us (and seems a pattern) is that it only had 5 ski lifts. This is much less than alpine resorts, so how do they ...