Red Lion Colonial Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... shouldn't "allow their dogs to pee on trees". Whaaaat? Despite the rules about cleaning up after pets, there were landmines everywhere! Based on the license plates I saw as I walked around the campground it seems to be "snow dogs" causing the problem.
We still haven't de-winterized the motorhome as it's pretty cold at night but should be hitting some warmer weather tomorrow.
We knew we would like it here, however, we will continue our trip rather than buy a house in Montana.
Day 43: Highly successful stop in Dillion, MT at the Patagonia outlet on the way to Missoula.
Day 44-45: Explored Missoula (Adventure Cycling Association, breweries, and a Smokejumper Museum, running, swimming, and a coffee date).
Day 46: Arrived in Glacier National Park
Day 47: My birthday was just amazing! Kurt let me sleep in several extra hours ...
... Sandwiches" HELL YES!
Perfect spot and the homemade bread and the homemade cheese along with a good slice of ham.... and its "get in ma belly" :)
Body fueled up, and only a few miles to go until pit stop #2 we press on. The road is getting a little busier the further south we go and there are more and more big rigs. But for the most part, folks move over and we cruise on by. Pass a couple of highway patrol cars and they don't ...
... tip into the river with a strong gust of wind! We arrived at the Red Lion Colonnial Hotel at 6.30pm via a quick stop at WalMart. Our room is huge & very clean. We have a king suite, the lady on the front desk was very helpful. There was no information in our room about the area or the hotel amenities, apparently the hotel is under renovation which hopefully won't interrupt our very relaxing ...
... so the kids could dry some in their cool food dryer. What a great time we had! Then we picked up Vivian at school and went back to the house.
For dinner, we had barbecued, marinated albacore tuna that Lisa and Rich had given us. TJ marinated it in his homemade Italian Dressing made with Balsamic vinegar. This was a new twist to us. It added a special "zip" to the fish. It was a great meal. Oh yea, I ...