StoneCreek Lodge Missoula
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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... of Lewis's eastbound route after the Corp's split up in Traveler's rest. The Nez Perce had told Lewis about an Indian trail along the Blackfoot River (near Missoula) that was a shortcut to the Great Falls. The only problem with the route were the Blackfeet Indians who would often ambush the western tribes as they tried to cross the divide into buffalo country and the area controlled by the Blackfeet. Lewis ...
... and took the 93 towards Challis.
The countryside is constantly changing as we ride; here it's more green and fertile, with more trees, but still the Rocky Mountains close at hand. Idaho is famous for potatoes, but they obviously grow other thingsas well - just not sure what they are though.
After Challis the road snaked through a canyon for about 30 miles, which would have been enjoyable if there had not been ...
... people today as we traveled what the problem is, we found out that the haze is caused by six forest fires that are raging in the area right now. The haze made it hard to take good pictures, but we were able to see well enough that we could see the large mountains in the background; however, the camera didn't do such a great job showing them. Sorry about that. We continued to pass large green, well irrigated fields along with huge golden fields of wheat ...
Woke up to another beautiful Missoula Day! Low 50's this morning and to get into the 70's. We can handle that...
Today Keith, Bryant, Priya and I are going wild huckleberry picking at Seeley Lake, about an hour and a half Northeast of Missoula on Route 200. The main road follows the Blackfoot River (the one ...
... down and could feel the rise in temperature the closer we made it to the bottom of the mountain range. Air conditioning is glorious, by the way. We drove along Flathead Lake (I believe) and I snapped some more shots with my D5100. Montana, you seriously have your own kind of beauty. There are similarities to where we're from, but it's just so much more different and refreshing. By the time we rolled into Missoula, MT for the night, our tummies were ...