La Quinta Inn & Suites Kalispell
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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Woke up early to try to beat the crowds for our drive of the Going to the Sun Highway. The highway is a major feat of engineering and spans the width of Glacier Park. The highway crosses the continental divide at Logan Pass. There were so many dizzying views and hairpin turns. I was very glad that I was not driving! The park is full of waterfalls due to all the run off and melting and some of them are amazingly ...
... as I know it had a nice time). I hiked up to the overlook at Hidden Lake. The hike is nice. This is probably one of the most popular hikes in the Park, and the Park Service built a boardwalk that extends for at least the first half a mile from the Visitors’ Center, making it more accessible to visitors (it still has stairs, though). It’s a 2.6 mile round-trip to the lake overlook with a climb, but it was a ...
... was the best I was going to get. Delta may have cheaper flights than most but they obviously don't service their planes well or they wouldn't have so many broken down planes in hangers stranding all their passengers who paid good money. Their customer service is a joke and completely rude, all they want to offer you is future money to fly with them again, yeah right! Spend the extra 50-100 dollars and fly Southwest or someone else.
Model A update: Yesterday when we got in to Ponderay I reset the radiator to better align the hood to eliminate some squeaks and rattles. I added some additional washers under the radiator to increase the space between the radiator shell and the hood shelves. This additional clearance should quiet things down. I also greased the chassis again and checked the oil levels in the ...
... to yesterday, being in the snow-covered mountains of Mt. Rainer National Park…well…this just didn’t hit a home run for me. It reminded me of the Hainesville Woods in Maine, the one they wrote about in a song. I’m talking about Rt. 2 that starts in Idaho and goes on for miles and miles. We drove 120 of those miles today to Kalispell, MT. And it proved to be rather monotonous.
We left Ellensburg at 8:00 AM, 61 degrees and we headed ...