Days Inn Lolo- Missoula South/Blue Mountain
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... through today's Missoula) to find the Yellowstone River, while Lewis went north). The site is located in the current town of Lolo. When they were passing through it was just a good camping spot along an Indian trail near the confluence of the Lolo Creek and Bitterroot River.
The park has an interesting history – it’s only been located at this spot for about 15 years. The state originally established ...
... the office on tour but I found out only a select few get a classic B&W. But I should be used to that with all of the attention Betty has gotten along the way! All in all it was a good day I met several other TransAm cyclist nearing the end of their journeys. Tomorrow I switch maps again and start on the Great Parks route to Glacier National Park. Only about 150 miles to go before I've reached my destination. I wonder what ...
... in Khatmandu. Last night I recieved the information
on the rep who will be picking us up at the airport, which lessened
my anxiety regarding our arrival greatly. I say we, because as most
of you already know, I am traveling with my good friend Quinn Gordon;
who, several months ago when I made the plans, decided that he wanted
to join the adventure. Due to this company, I am must less anxious
and I think I could say the same for my family back ...
... on TripAdvisor's app, we decided just to get into Missoula and actually show up at the place we wanted to stay (Ruby's Inn). The hotel had good ratings and is local/independent (something I strive to find, but am not always successful), and I just had a good feeling about it. Instinct. Follow it. Yes, they had a room. Oh, and yes, they were pet-friendly and reasonable and had a pool/hot tub. Oh, and yes, a hot breakfast buffet ...
... with picnic benches and a park.We drove through Spokane Washington, a larger city in Washington.
We were trying to reach the I90, a main interstate that goes across the US. There were a couple signs to show the way through the city, but not many. We were happy when we finally found it!
I'm not exactly known for my map skills (as some of you would know) so when counting the number of miles until ...