Quality Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Missoula
... Well, all I could do was shake my head, only in America. I was glad to find a nice shoulder for the next 15 miles after I turned onto state hwy 35.
While riding this morning, I was watching my speedo that I bought and installed on Nelson back in NZ. The ODO, (overall distance travelled) was nearing 9,999 km. But then, instead of clicking over to 10,000 it went right back to zero! Oh well, they obviously don't travel far in NZ. I am ...
... be able to rejoin us somewhere along the line.
It was a rather quiet threesome who left the hotel at 7.15 this morning. We got onto the I-15 for aboout 30 miles until the town of Blackfoot, where we turned onto the 26 and then the 20 as far as Arco. From here we took the 20 the18 miles to the Craters of the Moon national park, where there is a vast and most impressive lava field, likened by some to the surface of the ...
... us that they like marshy places and there was a small stream right behind us. By the way, today is Miss Susan C's 40th birthday! Happy Birthday Susan! We understand that she wasn't having a birthday without travel included, so she and her family are off on a short jaunt. Good for Susan! We pulled out of camp at 9:30 into a cool and cloudy morning checking in at 63 degrees. Before we headed north once again we did a quick drive through the little town of ...
... from "A River Runs Through It" with Brad Pitt).
Then off on a little dirt road up into the hills and Lodgepole Pines to hunt berries. Of course, that is one of the local bears favorite foods, so you must always be prepared for any encounter. We also passed Salmon Lake on the left as we ascended on Route ...
... my own waist). Because nowhere was open for brunch we moved on to Nevada City. In its mining heyday it was huge but there's only a handful off buildings left. Brunch at the misnamed bakery took forever to arrive and it was ordinary to say the least. We'd decided we were going to stay in Phillipsburg, that was until we got there. The town was quaint but accommodation was almost non existent and we didn't fancy staying in saloon type lodging where ...