La Quinta Inn & Suites Kalispell
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... over 1000 feet. At Logan Pass we hiked through a sub alpine meadow to reach Hidden Lake, another beautiful blue glacial lake. After visiting 3 parks I am now clued in to the fact that if you are hiking to the Hidden something or other, it will surely be overrun with mobs of tourists. Amazingly the year round residents of the meadow, the mountain goats, didn't seem to mind the noisy rabble and contentedly kept ...
Campstie Site #6 - Forest Service Campground with water nearby. No dump station. No trash service. 3327 Elevation ft. 22 total sites. Notes - Our campsite backs up to North Fork Flathead River -- very nice, good fishing. - Road leading to campground notorious for flat tires. We found out the hard way -- Blew out one if the trailer tires. - Hiked: Howe Lake, Avalanche Lake, & Hidden Lake trails in ...
... rear end which both were good. The car is ready for the next couple of days...
Late last night Jean booked the next couple days hotel and lodge rooms. We will be visiting three National parks on our way through Montana and she found there are very few available (and affordable) rooms near the parks. We had to take what we could get and be thankful we became aware of the ...
... with only jelly, ice cream, a pie, cordial and a fridge magnet - could have been worse, but think we got the full experience! Slightly smaller than blueberries, far sweeter, and north Montana is the only place they grow wild, they are rather a delicacy up here right now and it is one reason why this evening's campground is full of grizzlies - they love them too! We headed west into Glacier from there, dropped into ...
... I-90. It took us through the Columbia Basin in eastern Washington State. It is a mix of desert and prairie land (much like the southwest) and farm land. We drove through in the morning when the fields were being irrigated by those now familiar sprinkler systems that are as wide as the fields and sometimes pivot on a point in the center of the field, and sometimes are moved around manually to different parts of the field. The water comes from drainage from the Columbia ...