Red Lion Colonial Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... views, extreme wind). After I gased-up the pod (new name for the Ford Escape, short for escape pod), I was back on the highway. A couple of friends gave me the heads-up that the drive would be gorgeous with fall colors. I gathered I would have already missed it, but indeed, I did not. The panorama was filled with bright yellow specks as if someone flicked a paint brush all around. Pretty freakin’ spectacular! The rains started back up as I eased closer to Missoula. ...
This was another Lewis & Clark day. Drove 200 miles south and east to Helena. After leaving Kalispell had 90 mile drive on route 83 through national forests. Flathead Lake was to west first 25 miles. Took route 200 east and then route 141 south to Avon. Several miles on 141 passed the 4,000 mile mark of trip. Very nice scenery ...
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Any questions? You know where we are now...or do you??
Thanks for following us on our somewhat wild journey to Washington. Stay tuned. We'll be slipping west again soon to bring her home.
PS Shorty is fine. Sus' and David are great at consolation. :o)
... so no need for it anyway. Owel on we go. From Havre we took highway 87 to Great Falls then the interstate 15 to Helena where we stayed for the night. We arrived about 5pm and did a total of 906km for the day. We went to Mc Donald's to get the wifi and found a Super 8 to stay at for the night, $49. We checked into the hotel then headed to Walmart to get a new rear windscreen wiper, some glue for the rear vision mirror and some smellies for ...
... the-Sun Rd weaves through the forest along Lake McDonald and the McDonald River that feeds into it. The lake was still and calm and peaceful with a backdrop of snow-covered mountains. We stopped many times to take photos. At one point along the river there is a waterfall of minimal rise, but which causes strong white water to rush down the river resulting in significant rapids. I wondered what it would be like to ride through in a kayak or on a raft. Than I ...