Wingate by Wyndham Missoula MT
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... of Motel 6 Missoula around 8pm as the sun was setting. It’s one of those Motels you see on TV, two tier things with hicks and the like. We were behind some long grey haired guy at the desk who was wearing denim overalls he was without question a serial killer. I felt a bit uneasy about being here, the sort of people that stay here are people who run over their supper before eating it. The receptionist told us the aircon wasn’t ...
... see if they could take us sooner than our 1pm appointment. Unfortunately, they told us they were down a technician, so we’d have to wait until our prescribed time. No worries, we just took care of laundry first. Oh, and there was a car-wash in the same facility as the Laundromat, so I gave the sequoia a good once over to remove the cake of bugs off the front.
We went to the dealership, which was quite nice, and ...
... drink and find somewhere else to eat. I tried a beer called Fat Tire and it was delicious. After a few more attempts to find somewhere to eat we walked into a Fuddruckers and were unimpressed with having to order like we were at a McDonald's. Finally, we give in to Fergie, who has been suggesting this BBQ place he'd seen on the way in for like the past hour. Enter, Bobby from Famous Dave's. Starving and getting kind of *****y, we all ordered the first thing ...
... The hikers were hungry for pizza and beer upon returning to Missoula, so that was our dinner! We topped it off with some of that Big Dipper ice cream again. Oh, so overeating!
The weather has turned very hot for this time of year. Keith and I are glad we have the hotel to retreat to at night. Bryant installed a small air conditioner for their apartment, as it has no central air.
We spent a bit of time looking round the shop at all the amazing products...fake mounted jackalope heads being my personal favourite, and then we were back in the van again for the final leg of our journey today.
As we drove through tiny little Montana towns, Graeme pointed out all the road signs with little holes in them; he said that they were bullet holes, and that shooting signs was a popular redneck hobby. I was shocked...I genuinely thought that ...