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- Continental Breakfast
- Banquet room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... to Polson, MT riding along the east side of Flathead Lake. This lake is like25 miles long by 15 miles wide and is a really cool spot for watersports activities. There are tons of docks with boats, and it reminded us of Lake George.
We only rode 145 miles today, but they were among the most beautiful and awe inspiring miles we have driven to date.
Tomorrow we leave Polson for Seattle.
... are not over, I will continue on. Unfortunately, I will not be able to visit my old friend Violet at this time. I have found a beautiful community that I will go live at for the next couple months in Nicaragua. There I will learn about eco-village design, permaculture, and tantric practices. While I share the things I have learned with those there.
As my good friend J reminds me, there are reasons for every ...
... around 3 & after checking in, headed straight out to eat. Scotty's Bar was awesome, the food was great & the beer was cheap....alcohol is SO cheap here, a pint of lager is $2 in most places....a quick trip to the grocery store & we got back to the hotel for a early night after a lot of driving. Now watching Bar Rescue, my new fave show on ...
... 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 ...
... I'll have to look up that distance in miles but it took over two hours) We searched each campground and they were all full. With good reason, as they were all right on the lake, and strikingly beautiful. I'm pretty sure Andy was impressed too as all I heard from the passenger seat was "Oh, Man!" repeated over and over. Around 8:30 we checked the last campground, which ...