StoneCreek Lodge Missoula
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... meet Gary Numan face-to-face. That would be horrifying for him and embarrassing for me.) We were at customs for like 5 seconds (we are now proof that you don't always have difficulty at the border). We travelled along Going to the Sun Road through Montana's Glacial National Park mountain ranges, oOoo'd and aww'd all throughout the winding roads of this beautiful park and stopped to take in some breath taking scenery. It was nice and cool up there, we had ...
... for all the wrong reasons. Have just drunk water and eaten nuts for most of the day. Never thought we would see the day when we were relieved and happy to see Maccas, for the AC and the drink machine. We have had a couple of very big hot days. Today wasn't fun. Supermarket deli dinner and bed, stuffed. We are heading for Spokane and then Seattle in the morning. An early start is planned. We just want to get there and get out of the heat. ...
... in. Well, time to head out, leaving from exit 172 off interstate 90 East. Couple exits off from where I planned to stop but this one had a better parking lot to sleep in.....as on no lights shining all night. Okay, enough babble.....rolling out! Stopped by Treaty Rock, it is this tiny park in the middle of a town, for being so small, it was a really nice spot. Beautiful trees, rocks and a quick but nice walking path. Perfect stopping place to stretch your legs and relaxe! ...
... good route to walk around town after dinner, and she gave us great directions down to Caras park, right on the river that runs along the west side of town. People were practing Montana surfing, which is kayaking on a wave that forms in that area, and you can litterally stay on it for a while. A couple of guys where down there kayaking and it was fun to watch. Tomorrow we head a little north to the National Bison range, where there are bison, antelope, bighorn sheep and elk!
... long route and arrived at Delles Bridge around noon. I tied some Spruce Moth flies before we left since there had been a lot of them on the water the last time we were here so we were anxious to try them out. We drove south to the old concrete bridge again and no one was there. We rigged up and tied on the Spruce Moth patterns and fished the run just upstream from the bridge. There weren’t as many moths on the water today as there were a couple of ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility