The Lodge at Lolo Hot Springs
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
- Conference facilities
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... Anyway, I won’t bore you with the details (which I think are interesting – you can read about them here), but the most amusing part is that one of the areas they identified during the archeological work was the camp latrine. So, the spot I visited today was likely where L&C and the gang were using the toilet almost exactly 208 years ago. How’s that for a historical connection?
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... a trip like this, whether it is a long hike, cycle tour, or other adventure, the experience of a lifetime is out there waiting for you. All you have to do is leave home to live it! Thoughts while Pedaling: Thought #1: Bats are wonderfully designed creatures. Yesterday for some reason a small bat took flight from the side of the road pacing me for about 15 seconds a mere 4 feet to my right at eye level. It was amazing to see how it ...
... hotel where we are staying hosted a seminar on Glacier National Park this afternoon and evening, so Keith and I attended and picked up some literature. We are really excited to see the scenery.
Dinner tonite is some of our leftover lasagna and salad. The kids have to pack for their backpacking trip to Glacier on Wednesday night. Keith and I will drive to the park on Friday. The weather is supposed to be beautiful.
... mill (Sheridan Flour). Both buildings are still partially in use.
The list of things we saw today is again long. Yes, we saw most of it from the car. We took a lot of the photos through the windshield or out the side door windows. I found that comical. We made it to Missoula before sundown, goal met.
Back on I-90, right away, we saw a rather dramatic wildlife scene. Suddenly, six deer ...
Today we drove from our campground, where we stayed last night to Missoula, Montana. This Morning, we drove about 6 hours total. On the way, Morgan and I did summer reading, while Cay listened to his music. About an hour into the trip we stopped in Bozeman at the Simms Outlet. At the Simms Outlet, we watched them make waders.( used for fly ...