Missoula Sleep Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Hot tub
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
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... We searched the viaducts and byways of our brains, wracking them with fishy bad deeds and give them to you now: We have the Trout Molesters, Cod Suckers, Carp Munchers, Snapper Clappers, Flounder Pounders and the crème de la crème: The Flaming B********s. Honestly, I think our names are right on the mark for such an occasion as a dark arts festival. You can all join in: If you squirm a great band name out, give it a shout on the blog or Facebook
July 17, ...
... learned that General George Armstrong Custer had visited the area. Our journey today would take us to the battlefield at Little Bighorn. Custer's Last Stand as it had come to be known. We would be driving straight past it. Too good an opportunity to pass up. It is known as Custer National Cemetery.
Marked on the actual battlefield are headstones indicating the site of where each soldier lost his life. In all, along with Custer 262 ...
... on the river. He gets in a trance and enjoys the moment. They caught about seventeen fish total (rainbow, brown and cut-throat trout), but released all of them to swim another day.
They fished until about 7pm and then we went out to dinner at Hu Hot a local Mongolian ...
... see if they could take us sooner than our 1pm appointment. Unfortunately, they told us they were down a technician, so we’d have to wait until our prescribed time. No worries, we just took care of laundry first. Oh, and there was a car-wash in the same facility as the Laundromat, so I gave the sequoia a good once over to remove the cake of bugs off the front.
We went to the dealership, which was quite nice, and ...
Today was a good day. I've been praying for some companionship and today God provided Josh Harris. I caught up to Josh today about 10 miles out of Missoula. Josh is 27 years old and traveling the TransAm route to the Northern Tier route ending in Chicago. There he is taking a train east to a friend's wedding. He had been held up for over a week in Missoula with a stomach ailment. Today was his first day back on the road, thus why I was able to catch him. It was great to ...