Blue and White Motel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... mile wide up in the mountains, and the rapids look like chocolate milk because of all the glacial silt in the water. Glad I missed that. Saw several long freight trains pass us by as well as a bald eagle up in a tree. Had lunch at a restaurant that featured huckleberry flavor just about everything, including barbecue sauce. Yep, not tasty. And then the laundry elf came and did 6 loads of wash while Kelly and Patrick enjoyed that family vacation staple, the Best Western ...
... was putting out tremendous amounts of heat which made it almost unbearable. I arrived to the hotel around 5pm. I've done about 2200 miles so far. I've got a little less than 4000 before I'm home,
I'm heading to Glacier National Park and the road to the sun tomorrow. I'm getting excited. I've always wanted to see it.
... for another adventure. I think tomorrow I'll take a well deserved Zero Day! Day #28 Stats: Distance: 109 miles Ride Time: 8:05 Real Time: 11:30 Vertical Feet: 3300 ft. Day #29 Stats: Distance: 70 miles Ride Time: 5:20 Real Time: 7:00 Vertical Feet: 1600 ft. Total Trip Stats: Distance: 1,881 miles Total Vertical Feet: 98,400 ft. Total Ride Time: Let's not figure that one! Average Daily Milage: 64.9 ...
... to yesterday, being in the snow-covered mountains of Mt. Rainer National Park…well…this just didn’t hit a home run for me. It reminded me of the Hainesville Woods in Maine, the one they wrote about in a song. I’m talking about Rt. 2 that starts in Idaho and goes on for miles and miles. We drove 120 of those miles today to Kalispell, MT. And it proved to be rather monotonous.
We left Ellensburg at 8:00 AM, 61 degrees and we headed ...
... Wow what an incredible contrast! Check out these pictures:
We were going to ride into Waterton Park (the Canadian version of Glacier Park). But there was a significant rain shower hanging over the park (one of the benefits of the prairie is that you can see the weather well before it hits you. So we kept heading south and missed all but a few drops of the rain. At the border, the guard was about to strip ...