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... Charles, and Amelia; old friends from school.
We organized a trip to Gerry Johnson Hot Springs in Northern Idaho, one of our usual weekend haunts during our time together in Missoula. There's hardly a better place to relax. After a short walk down a unassuming dirt trail you are rewarded with two large pools of steaming water to bath in. The hardest part about the trip is getting out of the water to leave!
Being in ...
... a great way. We then retreated next door to the Blue Canyon Bar & Restaurant and had a great meal (meals of the trip so far) along with some local beers and an Australian McLaren Vale Shiraz by the glass!! Forget the brand but it tasted great, we had a good chat to the barmaid and manager and ended up getting a couple of free glasses on the house. A day that could have really gone pear shaped ended up being a really enjoyable day, the bike gods have really looked after ...
... industrial place. But we want to see America as is – so it is all good. After settling into our room and admiring(!) the view of McDonalds next door, we set off for the rodeo. It was literally 300 yards away from the hotel, which was a great coincidence, and we arrived in time for the last 2 horse races. The last race was only of 400 yards – now that is what I call a short horse race. We wandered around the exhibits for a ...
... like blueberries.
I stopped at the Kootenai Swinging Bridge and Rapids where I had fun crossing the narrow bridge as well as watching a very talented kayaker play in the waves.
I continued on Highway two towards Kalispell where I spent the night camping at the Spruce RV on the River where had a great grassy site with more privacy than the large ...
... getting wet. When I am done packing, its about 2 pm so we took off to Cut Bank trail. We drove east first to West Glacier than south around the park than to East Glacier. We stopped along the way at Goat Salt lick for a scenic view of the gorge and for picnic lunch. It was a huge turkey sandwich with cheese topping very delicious. We looked everywhere for mountain goats but saw nothing, so we head back to our car for the ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking