Bel Aire Motel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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(Had this written and ready to go however we had a massive power cut in Missoula, no wifi)
Thursday saw us start our Road Trip across the US. We left Seattle at 8am in the morning. We stopped underneath the Freemont Bridge to see the Freemont Troll - a concrete Troll - it is inspired by the story Three Billy Goats Gruff.
We then headed to ...
... a few hundred yards from the highway and they lose electricity daily. But in-between the camp and the highway is a road that lead us down a washboarded and potholed road. I saw a peacock for the first time in real life. A thought crossed my mind about how holographic things are when you don't/can't travel; there are images of peacocks in books, television and film. But they're simply replicas. It reminded me of René Magritte's, Ceci n'est pas une pipe - This is not A Pipe; ...
... myself but God has been working on me these past several years (and will continue to do so). I have been given a gift. Although I have a ton "to do" I also have a great opportunity before me. People.... I have people I get to connect with. Some are long time friends and others I have yet to meet face to face, but will do so on this journey of mine. Even if our meetings are for a short time, I am blessed for the opportunity to connect ...
... a nail place for me. After several tours around all the back streets in Missoula compliments of Chickie, we were both over it and headed for our home for tonight, Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park! We haven't stayed at one of these for years...probably the last time was when our girls were young. It is a very attractive park and well maintained. We are on a partial hook up lot which all of you RVers know means that we may or may not get a level lot...we didn't but ...
... everywhere. The traffic yields to bicycles and even when you walk across the road! I am still not comfortable yet with that concept.
We biked to the local pastry shop called Great Harvest Bread Company for homemade cinnamon rolls, etc., and a cup ...