Kalispell Hilltop Inn
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... it out tonight, I will try to find a better signal tomorrow. After making sure we would be OK for this evening, we drove a few miles up the road to the local mall where I was finally able to get my nails done. While I was doing that, John got on the phone and has made us reservations at the KOA in West Glacier for tomorrow night and Thursday night. He also called the Red Bus concession in Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park (its official name) and made us ...
... description, photos do not capture the magnitude. Our first stop was at Lake McDonald were she rolled back the top and passed out one Pendleton wool blanket per row. The blanket was about three feet short of covering the whole row. Beaver skin hats would have been a welcome addition as we climbed in altitude and crossed the Continental Divide. The full time RVers from Texas were wearing shorts.......he was not happy, but blue was a good color on him. The open ...
... climbing and the views were amazing. But when we were on the outside lane, no guard rail, and a steep drop to the bottom ofthe mountain, I was a little concerned. Plus the fact that there were signs saying 'rough road' didn't help. 13 + hours later we arrive in Kalispell, MT for our first meal of the day (nibs and coffee don't count so I've been told). Now in our room, we are too tired to think of where tomorrows destination is, a worry for the morning with fresh eyes and ...
... the clouds soon cleared and the temperature increased. Off with the vest and on with the summer gloves. Oh, did I forget to say that the speed limit on the highways in Montana is 70...yeeehaw. The road around the bottom of Glacier wound through the mountains and with the sun shining, all was good again.
While you couldn't drive all the way through the park you could go 15 miles to the barricade. Even though it ...
... for a day or two with more visits from various family members. We then made the 10 hour drive to Portland, Oregon to visit my sister Heather and her 4 kids. Busy bodies the were Jay-T being 3, Faith 4 almost 5, and the older two, Tyara 14, and Tuyen nearing 17! We had fun making dinner and painting pumpkins. As cliche as it sounds, they grow up too fast but it was so good to see them. We also fit in a quick night out in Portland to see ...