Missoula Sleep Inn
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leaving Devils Tower we came across a very little town called Hulett. To be quite honest, I had missed a turn one
hundred metres from where I should have turned left there is was.
It was like
stepping back in time. Old stores with hitching rails in front of
them line the street. I was waiting for
a Wells Fargo Stage Coach to come around the corner at any second.
of Hulett is ...
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 ...
... E fell asleep right away, and slept for the entire 3 hours we were driving. We arrived in Missoula just before 7 and decided to run into REI for some warmer clothing for going to Glacier, JUST IN CASE. An hour and many bucks later, we left, only to run over to Target for other incidentals. I also needed some more memory cards for my camera, so we made ANOTHER stop. Then it was back to the Hotel. We checked in, unloaded ...
... I guess it’s a weekend thing), and where I planned to work people were eating bar-b-q! As a result, I couldn’t take pictures today. This was slightly frustrating (like, when I crossed Snyder Creek in GNP!) but also somewhat liberating.
I got up early and was on the road before 8am. I decided to stop by the Logan Pass Visitors’ Center parking lot to a short break (last rest rooms for a while) and to pray LoH. ...
... had a close encounter with a grizzly bear in Glacier. As they were fixing dinner on their camp stoves one night, Bryant looked over and saw a bear at their campsite about 20 feet away sniffing the air. The group moved away from their food and gathered their bear spray. Luckily the bear sniffed the air a couple times and then left the area. Must not have thought dehydrated meals were ...