Howard Johnson Missoula MT
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Smoking rooms available
- Refrigerator in room
- Outdoor pool
- Microwave in room
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... through the 19th the Montana Dark Arts Festival will be around thrashing their techno-goth into the eardrums of listeners. If you were to cycle through the band listings, you'd come across a plethora of ingeniously devilish names such as: Die Sektor, Technikult of Flesh, KaNcErUs, Johnny Beatseed, DJ Parasite Doll, Arsenic Addiciton and our personal favorite: Salmon Rape. Now that last one fueled our imaginations as we started to come up with hellish fish-a-palooza band names ...
... were told they were used to stop the snow drifts getting onto the roadway during winter. Of course I really knew that.
We crossed the border into Montana. This State is known as Big Sky Country and you can see why. Open fields stretch before you and I don't know if it was my imagination or not but the sky seemed to be the dominant feature of the picture that was appearing before us. Magnificent.
We had called into Sundance ...
Today Bryant and Keith wanted to get their last day of stream fishing, so they were off at 7:30am to the Blackfoot River to fish. I stayed at the house, read and did one last load of laundry before heading back to Ohio.
Keith actually remembered to take a couple pictures of ...
... the car serviced (it was due 1000 miles ago!!), key replaced, and to do some laundry. We decided to drive north out of West Yellowstone vs driving north through Mammoth Springs again. This way, we'd avoid the road construction delays we’d been ensnared in a couple of times. This route took us along the Gallatin River, quite beautiful scenery!
Once D’s cellphone had service, we called ahead to the ...
We left Columbia Falls this morning and meandered south. We stopped at a little Indian museum called nine pipes. There also was a lodge there, where we had a fabulous lunch overlooking a lake and the Mission Mountain range. The museum was very informative with lots of different exhibits. We went to ...