Red Lion Hotel Kalispell
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- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Indoor pool
- Swimming pool
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... were forced to opt for a budget-priced hotel in Ogden, which is a good 20 to 30 miles north (an hour by train!). When we arrived at 'Value Place', we asked about the paucity of available beds, and we discovered our stay coincided with two major events - firstly, the Tour of Utah, an annual cycling event; but secondly, on an entirely different scale altogether, the annual Outdoor Retailers ...
... but it appeared that a fire near our home on wheels was going to be more of a problem. There was very little information initially but we did find out that it was more than 8 miles away so we really
weren’t that concerned. The problem was that the wind, and there was a lot of it, was blowing our way. The smoke chased us indoors for the evening.
On Wednesday, we had reservations with ...
... and hand painted some pottery to be fired later on. Laura painted a rainbow coloured bowl while I painted a balloon dog in the image of our much missed Bobby! With us was my cousins daughter Ashley and we spent the last few hours of the day painting and talking it was really cool. The weather was beautiful, nice blue skies and proper summer heat so we decided our second day to float down the swan river in tubes with some drinks and food and soak up ...
... town of Whitefish, and said the store had a good selection of gluten-free food. We were blown away: the GF selection was bigger than we've ever seen in a grocery store anywhere! Example: in Austin we could usually get one flavor of Stagg's chili that was GF at our local HEB. We walked out of the Super 1 with 5 different flavors that we'd never even seen before! We were happy campers.
When we can, we try to attend a local church ...
... more overcast.
As we continued west had some intermittent rain. Went throughThe Loop, switch backs on the road, Weeping Wall, trickling water falls splashing on the road and two tunnels. Road follows side of a clift as it depends from higher elevation sub-alpine terrain to the forest on the western side. Lots of overlooks and got more great pictures. Had two short, heavy storms and were ...