Blue and White Motel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... in Montana yesterday.
Boulder provided a base for getting some housekeeping done, together with the chance to catch up with friends Christine and Geoff Thomas. Christine worked with Nigel at the Embassy, and in one of life's coincidences, they now live very close to one of his sisters in New Zealand. Over the course of two dinners, we were able to share travel experiences - ...
... him if he had played the course in town and he said no and she told him that she played it often. And she told him stories of wild animals on the course, and one particular story about a huge rattle snake that she wanted to run over with her golf cart. Steve, joking, said to her, you should bring a gun and shoot them, and without hesitation she replied, "Oh, they don’t allow us to bring our guns on the golf course". And we laughed. Well, this ...
... Glaciers. The road is about 20 miles - not much to it. The area was packed with tourists - it was impossible to get a parking spot. So we just stopped along the road for pictures and enjoyed the beauty of the mountains, lakes, and glaciers.
We headed back to the campground. We stopped in St. Mary at a café for lunch. The smoke was heavy in the air. On our way back we stopped at a lookout and had ...
... pie place. It was only their second day open for the season. The pie and ice cream was good, but again expensive. $6.50 for a slice! Just a slice! We tried to do laundry but couldn't find change anywhere. Everyone was closed up by 8:30 even though it was still daytime. We gathered at the laundry by the office to try and use the wifi, but didn't have much luck. We go to Canada ...
... 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 ...