Blue and White Motel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... lateral, and terminal moraines are, and to see how those monstrously huge rivers of ice carved their way over the landscape. On our way to Kalispell, we passed numerous small jewels of lakes which, if I understand what we were told on a trip to Jackson Hole, Wyoming several years ago, were left behind as the glaciers retreated back up the mountains. In fact, Flathead Lake which sprawls over a huge part of the landscape was formed by glaciers and is the largest ...
... that cat tails are extremely invasive here. They cover many water ways. We cross into the panhandle of Idaho. This seems to have been a mining area and we saw a huge lumber company watering down their logs to prevent fires.
we spotted 2 deer in a town. Cowboy howdy were we excited. Part of this route is called Selkirk international loop.....what ever that is. We are 25 miles from Canada at the closest. We stopped in Bonner's Ferry at Zips Drive Thru for lunch. This is a ...
... of bigger than life items we come across...
The car was much quieter due to the changes I made to the hood alignment. I checked the odometer at the end of the day and we have reached 63,807...That means we have traveled 7,162 miles so far.
We scaled back our planned travel in Canada but firmed up passing through Yellowstone and the Tetons on our way home. There ...
... were absolutely beautiful. We saw buffalo when we left Canada and entered back into the US. We saw a horse walking along the road when we left the Glaciers. It was branded, and it was just eating grass along side of the road. Tomorrow we are heading towards Yellowstone park, but we,will stay in Belgrade over night. Not a long trip, but we need a little bit of down ...
... With a little bit of flat but nowhere near enough. By the time we got 2 miles in I was out of breath and my legs felt like they were about to give out. But it was all worth it to see the pure blue lake. It was just stunning. And it's not gunna be that blue forever sadly. And on the second day we went on going to the sun road again but that day we did more hiking. The first trail we did was to avalanche lake which was truly beautiful. Then we went on the Saint ...