La Quinta Inn & Suites Kalispell
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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... a tour at 10:30 Thursday morning. We are looking forward to that trip. We have been to Glacier before, but this will be the first time we have taken this tour. Should be fun. Leaving the mall we headed back to camp and quickly set up housekeeping. We had a wonderful supper--my homemade fried chicken, green beans, a little corn, and a small helping of potato salad. Tasty! Now we are settling down for the evening and thankful for such a good day. We drove 139 miles today. ...
... to the sounds. Next, we drove south again along the east side of the lake and scoped out our cherry picking grounds. Upon locating a U-pick spot right next to a swimming hole, we pulled off to swim and eat our sandwiches. The swimming spot was packed but our picnic table was nice for a lunch outside. We then crossed the street and picked a bucket of Flathead cherries which, per the proprietor, were near the end of their ...
... Lewyn and I. Kevin and Riley had water shoes, so they were fine. We rode the bus to the entrance to the middle fork of the Flathead river. Our guide was named Haaken, and he was great. It was us and another family. Haaken was the steering guide. We went through 7 different class II and III rapids in about 120 minutes. It was so much fun! A once our boat almost flipped when it got hung up on a rock, but we all rushed to the high side ...
Montana's scenery is beautiful in a gentle and inviting way in contrast to the bold and sometimes fierce beauty found in Alaska. Montana was awash in the brilliant color of ripening leaves, gold, brown, orange, red. The lakes are cold and calm and reflect a benign sunny sky. Autumn in Montana.
Two weeks went by quickly, no time would ever be long enough. We love you Grandma and Grandpa, and everyone in between.
... 160; Glen: Sorry it's taken us awhile to get this icon of a National Park into our blog, but we wanted to be able to spare the time to write about it and upload a video. As Cliffy mentions above, my bike started playing up just after Sturgis.....yes I blame the 30 miles of corrugated dirt roads we rode in on.... but, yes I have to say that my GPS wiring technique was novel, but it worked, but didn't stand up to the vibration test that Sturgis through at ...