Holiday Inn Helena
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... Ah, this is the life! (PS: the big bottle of bear spray doesn’t hurt to subside the fears also). I don’t usually consider my days outside of work very productive, but today proved me wrong. I woke up and promptly went for a run with Finn around Spokane crisscrossing the river and rapids below. My legs were stiff from the drive the day before. Definitely a city a little rough around the edges but very cool elements to it. On the way out of town, I stopped at ...
... a Kala, or a Kara, or a Kelsey? ... oh I'm not complaining. .. makes it easy to remember and they are always great! After ordering a couple of samplers of local beer, actually I might have to do that next time I'm at a craft beer place at home! Hmm mm?
Jim and I decide on the salad bar... hey! We still have to hang out at HB! With surfers and cali girls! So need to keep it low key for a few more days! Anyway, good food, good ...
... that others around the country have received more snow and perhaps colder temperatures, but this is what we have. The front yard is another story.
Thanks for stopping by again. Soon, I'll be watching out for you with "new eyes." Take care, amigos...
The video, as usual, is at: http://www.flickr.com/photos/ralphieboy ...
We were up at 5:30am and on the road by 6am. Angela got up to see us off which was nice. It was still dark but our lights seemed a lot better after giving the car a full clean yesterday. We took the trans Canada west to Gull Lake then took highway 37 south to Climax. We went through the Turner customs with no worries and they were actually really nice. Yay we are now in Montana U.S.A We then took the highway 241 south to Harlem and highway 2 ...
... We drove through small towns, one of which is called Flattop, where the billboards say they make Flattop Vodka. I thought, there must be a Flattop Mt. around here somewhere. I guess there is, but given the low ceilings, I was not able to see it, since the tops of the mountains were all obscured by the clouds.
When we checked into Glacier Park, we were told that Logan Pass was closed. It is about the mid-point of Going-to-the-Sun Road, the road that ...