Missoula Sleep Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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It is in the 90's again today. I see on the weather that it is in the 60's in Ohio today. Whew!
After a trip to Walmart to get a few provisions and money for the road, we began the process of collecting everything to pack in our small SUV. We are going over to Bryant's this evening to pick up some things he wants ...
... then pottied the hounds. D reminded me that we still needed to get dinner. But none of us were really too hungry. So we decided on a trip to Coldstone for an Ice Cream Dinner. The kids were THRILLED at that suggestion.
Once back to the hotel we all had much needed showers and D worked on downloading all my gazillion pictures, while I snoozed. Tomorrow is, thankfully, a sleep in day!
GASP!! NO PICTURES TODAY!!
... we go. We find a Walmart and pick up what we need. We make dinner, it is now around 8pm, it's late but it is still very light outside, feels like the afternoon versus late evening. We sit outside and have a cocktail while keeping an eye on that fire. It is definitely heading the opposite way. We stay up for a couple of hours enjoying the sunset and great night ...
We have discovered that our perfect driving day is about 4 hours long. We may make one quick pit stop along the way but it just seems to be a distance in which everyone stays happy in the truck without grumpiness, tears, or screaming. Aimee can usually keep it together! Everyone happily entertains themselves, screen time isn't needed, and we usually have a pleasant drive. With so many miles to cover there are ...
After an early start, we drove down the eastern side of Glacier to see the last lodge called East Glacier. All the lodges are over 100 years old and magnificent. This one had a golf course and swimming pool. Beautifully landscaped.
As we were leaving the park, I received a text from Beth and their party had come out of the wilderness a day early and were driving down the ...