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Now in the rugged Montana we do not have much planned for this days adventure; more of a lets see how far we can get type of day. Well of course things did not go as planned and to say we had a long day of driving was the understatement of the century. Remember its only 12 and already we have drove from Cody, Wyoming and toured around Yellowstone. …
La journée est terne aujourd'hui. Nuage, pluie et temps froid.
Notre destination: le parc national Glacier, tout au nord du Montana, à la frontière du Canada. Tellement à la frontière que le logo de Parcs Canada apparaît sur le dépliant américain du site. Faut le faire.
La route du matin nous fait découvrir un tout nouveau paysage …
In the past two days I have met two people that have developed disabilities during their life. The first was Bobby from Standpoint Idaho. He suffered a severe injury during a high school football game that affected him mentally and physically. Before our team left the visit he circled up all the cyclists and told us how thankful he was that we were using our able bodies to spread the word about people with disabilities and that he ...
... into the 50,000 Silver Dollar which is a combination gift shop, restaurant, bar and casino (video poker and keno only I believe - didn't play so can't swear by it). By the way, the silver dollars now tally 67,000 some odd rather than the original 50,000. Snow was on the ground in piles and it was chilly but it would do for the night, power was a plus but we had no coverage for the mifi.
I am sorry in advance, but our experience in Montana cannot accurately be summed up on this blog. We had daily coffee and formed friendships with the locals. All i can say is
- Elena and the insulting of a preteen crew
- gold mining
- Deer warning
This is one where you would just have to have been there. Sorry guys!
Until Next time
M and E
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed