La Quinta Inn Missoula
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Travel Blogs from Missoula
Well we ran into several issues yesterday and so didn't get to leave until this morning. We didn't realize how much room two dogs take up. We packed stuff into the back of the truck under the locking cover Gary installed and then put the stuff inside the truck that needed to be there and we were left with several items that had nowhere to go. So …
... It is a beautiful morning, a little warm, but comfortable. We find that in the same area as the Street Market there is a Celtic Festival going on. We buy a glass of beer, Highlander, and sit in the shade and watch some of the performances. We head back around 4pm, but stop and pick up some things we need for dinner. At the Farmer's Market Manuel bought some Alaskan Cod which he plans on making for dinner. When we get back to the trailer, ...
... which is about 20 miles from the south entrance of the park. They had never been to Waterton, about 2-3 hours ride from home. Sound familiar? Told them about the bear. "Bears don't care for folks none, but wolves just look at you like a juicy T-bone steak. Meals on wheels!" We have over the last two days seen all of the animals, birds and some fish, we went to see at Yellowstone, except a wolf, anywhere except ...
... single-file onto the interstate ahead of us -- and ahead of the truck pulling a large motorhome ahead of US -- completely panicked, they were clearly bolting for the other side. (There was one car coming in the other direction as well.) However, miraculously, the deer had chosen the perfect moment to run across the 4 lanes and median: everyone was able to slow down enough so that all 6 deer made it safely across to the valley ...
... good route to walk around town after dinner, and she gave us great directions down to Caras park, right on the river that runs along the west side of town. People were practing Montana surfing, which is kayaking on a wave that forms in that area, and you can litterally stay on it for a while. A couple of guys where down there kayaking and it was fun to watch. Tomorrow we head a little north to the National Bison range, where there are bison, antelope, bighorn sheep and elk!
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center