Super 8 St Regis
Travel Blogs from Saint Regis
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 …
... a little hairy dog and a bear skin on the wall. (The head was mounted elsewhere.)
Rimstone I overlooks the river at Clark Fork. Dinner there tonight.Ate tilapia. Don't think they're the same type as found in the Forest Lake lake. Short burst of lightning and a little thunder with plenty of rain blotted out our view. Tried my luck on the pokies . Invested a dollar which lasted me a good ten minutes but I lost it ...
... we were allowed to access including a tour of the inside of both planes. These smoke jumpers are incredibly fit as it may be necessary for them to carry equipment weighing 120lb to the pick up zone. We even had an explanation of how they release themselves when they land in trees.
We certainly weren't expiring due to lack of food but we did stop off at the Bison Cafe in the Indian Reservation. ...
... Ladder Toss, also known by other names- Hillbilly Golf, Testicle Toss. Check out at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ladder_tos s
Saturday 27th July
A full day today. We did a 20km bike ride on the Hiawatha trail. ...
a strip of highway that had the crops labeled for 14 miles—Alfalfa, sweet corn,
potatoes, timothy hay, wheat, and peas. It was fun to see what acres of the
produce that we eat actually looks like!
The plan was to stay at the Super 8 Hotel in St Regis…plans
change. As the hotel turned out to be completely booked-- in the middle of
nowhere/St Regis, we ended up settling for a motel called ...