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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... my size. I retort asking him if his parents had any children who lived. He does not think this funny, despite it being him who opened the line of questioning. His buddies are holding him back and I have outstayed my welcome.
I end up driving almost all of the way through Missoula before I find mo'tel row on the far northern outskirts of town. We have rooms, restaurant/bar and gas station all within range. Curiously there is also Maverick Motorsports which is ...
... burning stove; under the stairs on the first floor was a tub: bathe before you sleep I guess; eight guest rooms were on the second floor, each small and fitted with the remains of bedsprings and luggage; the very top was where the poorest miners would all gather, put a pallet down and try to sleep til first light. I kept thinking how thin those walls were inside: every conversation could be listened to intently, every thudded footstep, every cough or ...
Today was a quiet day and getting warmer. (In the mid-90's)
Mom stayed at the house, did laundry, read and caught up on her blog. Bryant and Keith went fishing most of the day. I heard stories of how beautiful the Blackfoot River was but didn't see any pictures of the ...
... headed north following the Lolo Creek up through the mountains to Lolo Pass, and from there through Idaho to the Snake River and eventually the Columbia River. I drove up to the Lolo Pass today, which has a great visitors’ center. My favorite part: a huge topographical map that had little flags showing where they camped each night during their trip through the Bitterroot Mountains, with print-outs from the ...
... like Wyatt,
Mike, and Andy) would drool over.......just see the pics below which says it all. We were about 18 feet away when Deena snapped the pics.
Once on Crush, driving away Deena took many pics while I focused on the road ahead. Highlights included the Wallowa Mts.with peaks as high as 9k (snow patches remain, and too high for trees to grow), beautiful pics of the Lochsa River, and Deena even saw a bald ...