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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... and, not incidentally, his horse) was to be carved out of a mountain. Something like 3 or 4 Mt. Rushmores could fit into the size of this thing. So this carving has been going on now for roughly 70 years. The head is complete, and they continue to blast away, but it looks like it could be another 70 years before work is done. Anyway, it’s a cool story at only $11 bucks per head, which kind of feels like deserved reparations from the white ...
... us to Coeur d'Alene, where we used our phone to find the City Park so we could relax and take a walk. We had eaten lunch at the Fisherman's Market and Grill, recommended by a friend, Paul from Helena. The food was good, but probably not a place for a repeat performance. Prices were reasonable, however.
The park is right on the lake and part of it is still being landscaped. An Iron Man Race is taking place on Sunday, so there many folks there preparing ...
... out, and there are few cars on the road, which makes for a lovely walk.
It might just be the many hours I've spent with Harry, Hermione, and Ron, but I was taken aback by the sight of this unicorn at the edge of the Forbidden Forest on my walk this morning. That's what you see, isn't it?
Speaking of walks: I'm not a terribly coordinated person physically, and generally avoid any sports that involve the hitting, ...
... my Dad's name was Oscar and I hold title to Oscar as a middle name... Good news, especially since this latest Oscar knew his business and did a good job of guiding us.
It didn't work out for us to stay at the dealership as offered, for whatever reason. It's a busy place, preparing 6-8 "sold" vehicles a day and walking folks through them.
They did guide us to a very nice RV Park only a couple of ...
... to the water's edge (Volunteer Park). Lovely. We could even make out the mountains across the lake through the smoke: one row easily (Mission Mtns) and another row beyond (Greater Rockies).
We left Flathead Lake behind and headed out into the Flathead Indian Reservation. Immediately we were back in a wide valley, rolling hills, ranchlands, sparser forests of pine trees, and rocky outcroppings. We crossed the Little ...