TravelPod Member ReviewsCrossroads Inn Shelby
Micro brewery run local bar. Good lunch.
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... type of touring. Drove to Arches National Park and Canyonlands National Park. And again the overwhelming beauty of the sculpted sandstone rock in the one park and the enormous canyons that seemed to go on forever in the other. Both the result primarily of water. And, of course, the human stories going back hundreds and sometimes thousands of years are so wondrous and captivating.
Barb and Jeff discovered a Travelogue App for both Arches and Canyonlands ...
... split their time primarily between BC & CA, coming home to Alberta for Christmas, and sporadically throughout the year. The US limits the number of days they can live there to 182 and if you exceed that you can be excluded from entering the country for up to 2 years so he needs to be very careful.
As such he only has about 4 or 5 days for this trip. He left Thursday and drove to Kalispell and we'll be meeting today in Shelby.
... barley and perhaps even oats, though mine are uneducated eyes and it all looks pretty much like the same thing to me. And so, riding along, the fields are made up of patches of yellow and gold and green, all laid out by some scheme that only the farmer understands. Some fields were freshly cut, others waiting to be cut and still others only partially grown. And the grains move gracefully in the breeze, and create a wave over the field like water on ...
... respite in the Montana Plains. So, from our perspective, this would be a "must stop" for any pilots transiting the area. Our next rendezvous will probably be up toward Prince George, BC if we end up flying up the "Trench" to Watson Lake. We will know a lot more after visiting with friends there in Alberta who are pilots and know the area. So with weather and bureaucracy willing, we may make it to Canada and hopefully ...
... us into a very nice and very new RV park with one other rig parked there. We stopped the coach and got out to check in and found that the building was a very clean and new campground laundry, and restrooms/showers, but not the office. So, we called the phone number on a small sigh on the door and found out that the park is part of the Best Western Hotel next door - like at Glasgow. ...
Other places to stay in Shelby
204 2nd St S, Shelby | 2 star motelfrom $58