StoneCreek Lodge Missoula
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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... the early 1900's and boasts one of oldest Underground Cities in the U.S. During the Prohibition-era the residents built a small city under the main streets. The Underground Jail was used until 1971, when the ...
... cool and rainy Idaho for Missoula on Sunday, intending to visit with Kathy until Tuesday, then head down to the Grand Teton National Park for a couple of days of camping and exploring.
When I left Oakland, I had packed for the summer that I always pictured the rest of the country enjoyed, while we stayed cool at home until September or October. So I put in shorts, light tops, and sandals, with a few long pants and light sweaters to take ...
... today heading east across Oregon, Washington, Idaho panhandle, and into Montana as far as Missoula. We have joined Yogi Bear at Jelly Stone RV Park as our destination for the night. There are lots of kids here but the folks are friendly. We are happy to be on our way ...
... are apparently how Yellowstone came by its name. You can see the falls and canyon from quite a few different points. On a return trip to Yellowstone we would like to try to take all the trails to see it from different vantage points.
We had our first encounter with a Bison blocking the road after leaving the falls and Aimee who was driving was just a tad nervous! As we slowly inched closer to him it ...
After spending our third night in the parking lot of the RV dealer, we regretfully had to leave for other adventures. The target was Glacier National Park. Now I have absolutely nothing, either good or bad, to say about the Missoula other than they have a great grocery store that is so memorable I've already forgotten it's name. Am excited to think about the possibilities of Glacier. More to follow!