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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... patiently and them trudge on. As we traveled, the altitude decreased along the Clark Fork River and the weather got hotter. We stopped in Plains to pick up a couple of quiches (what do I know) for hosts. It wasn't a simple chore, since finding a parking place for Fiona in a small town is a bit of a challenge, but Ol' Eagle Eye, Sister Mary Mean-a-Lot aka Lynn, spotted a perfect spot. It turned out to be less than a block away from our pickup point.
... he could work hard, get better and one year join our team and cycle across the country. Then today I met a mab named Justin. When Justin was 15 he was rock climbing, fell and suffered a very serious injury and was actually diagnosed as dead at one point. He then was in an 8 day coma where the doctors suggested to his parents that they pull the plug because the Justin that woke up would not be the same kid that had ...
... falls to the gorge below so we unpacked our picnic lunch of fresh raw veggies and fruit, perched ourselves on a flat rock overlooking the falls and felt like we were the only two living souls on the planet.
On our return to town we called in at the Thompson National Park and spoke to the grossly overweight park keeper. He was a gun toting, ex military, engineer and Baptist preacher who lived in a RV with his ...
... large collection of fluffy animals (at least they hadn't been shot) decoratively arranged outside a house for sale. A sign on the property requested no dumping of rubbish. ( Bit late for that!)
Thompson Falls is pretty and we found the motel recommended to us by our Ennis hosts. Good recommendation. I went for a leisurely jaunt to the island. I was told there were no bears so I felt quite ...
... Americana would be hard to imagine. Two huge rooms at the back of the restaurant house Walt's old valuables, including a large assortment of his wood carvings, his self-carved "largest wooden chain in the world", whiskey jugs, chamber pots, artificial hip joints, ancient-looking typewriters, a completely furnished period schoolroom, gemstones, tools, and elements from just about every phase of life in the old West in the late 19th ...