The Montvale Hotel
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... Bongwater Hemp Ale, which was exactly what I needed to wet my whistle. Ible had the Brick and Morter Porter. A drink of some distinction, but just a little too much for me (very smokey and rich).
Once we had finished our brews we continued our drive to Spokane. And do not worry, we were quite sober when we got back on the road. The latter half of the drive took us through the north western corner of Montana and the Panhandle of Idaho. ...
... on the roads in this area.
There are also a lot of little communities all over. Pods of houses scattered around, and some really nice "I hate you rich people" houses up on mountains and stuff.
After a couple of hours, we finally got to Columbia Falls and our first hotel for the trip. The Western Inn right on the edge of Glacier Park (you can see my thoughts on the hotel in tomorrows blog).
[Written earlier . . . ] We will leave town today . . . and after getting to the train station, we'll check out another favorite restaurant, FX McRory's . . . .
Later . . . catching up the blog . . . .
We have made it to Chicago after two nights on the train . . . so I need to catch up what transpired in between.
I pegged this location as Spokane . . . as that is about where we were at Midnight. There is a small train that leaves Portland at ...
... room & dining room would make it even more incredible.
I, too, had received a phone call in early June from a my friend Debbie explaining that another mutual friend, Christie, wanted to talk to me about a project. Christie had just made through the 3rd phase of the interview process with "Shark Tank" and was hoping for some input.
Christie and her husband Paul had ...
... to a close. We have been going south, north and west, but going east at this point is telling me we are heading closer to home. its all good! this trip has not let us down on expectations!
We make good time and get to the outskirts of Spokane. it is starting to get dark and we are getting tired. Its time to find a spot to call it a night.
"Hey Jim! we just passed a Comfort Inn... want to double back ...