Five Rivers Lodge
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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I never experienced temperature changes such as the ones I've had here in Montana, nor the ratio of sunlight to darkness. As soon as the sun starts breaking the darkened pane of night at 4 am the temperature begins mountaineering upwards from just over freezing to the 60’s. The flipside is that at close to 10 pm when the sun finally bids us adieu, the RV cools almost instantly from the high 70’s down to the 50’s. In these few ...
... 8217;ve never seen such a sight it begins provocatively, moving on to extremely audible and passionate screams, followed rapidly by high-kneed-tippy-toeing around the gushing black waters – like ancients hopping around a bonfire in the night. Possibly a disgruntled flex or simply a one-fingered salute comes without thought. Maybe an attempt to relocate the hose back to the hole from which the torrents come. This is to no avail though, as backsplash forces the ...
Although today was our second longest drive it was a easy one. Once we got through the small towns around flathead lake it was all interstate and was family straight.
We stopped for gas right before getting back on the I-90 and ate McDonald's in the trailer in the parking lot. After eating we loaded back up in the trucks, well we tried. Luna was being particularly cranky so when she ...
... efficient in radiating heat. Log houses were chinked with plaster or cement, then inside walls covered with a type of wall board or, lacking that, cardboard, newspaper, material of all kinds and wall hangings to keep the wind out. Pioneers were a hardy lot!
Bannack's existence depended on mining and extracting gold. At the beginning of World War II all non-essential mining, including gold, was prohibited and that was the beginning ...
... 10 MPG even though we have run the generator a time or two on this tank. John is very pleased with the gas millage. The terrain north of Idaho Falls became VERY flat and again we saw huge fields of grain growing as we drove between the fields. We even saw a very large herd of buffalo (yes Laura, I do know that the correct term is American Bison) that was on a private ranch and looked as if it numbered several hundred.
Climbing into the mountains south of the Montana Border ...