Little River Motel
Travel Blogs from Saint Regis
On the road again…Having a late start for our destination (a
midway point between Seattle and Glacier National), we arrived in St. Regis
Montana. The drive through northeastern Washington and Idaho was reminiscing of
Wyoming. I enjoy the range agriculture,
especially what I think is known as the sagebrush, which is …
... are to have not suffered such severe injuries. I'm going to try and compare every problem I have to those that people like Justin and Bobby face everyday. There is no reason to get upset over the little things or to not take advantage of every day we are given. This is a wee bit more emotional than I like making my blogs but I hope to keep this genuine feeling of great fullness and I hope I can pass it on to anyone that reads ...
... dollars. I recalled this from almost four years ago when we travelled to Yellowstone. We had stopped then even if Denis couldn't recall it. The signs had indicated something of no interest to us last time - free RV park. When we got there not only was there a place to park the RV free, complete with fire ring and picnic table, but it had power outlets. Fine by us. Two days in a row boondocking. ...
I am sorry in advance, but our experience in Montana cannot accurately be summed up on this blog. We had daily coffee and formed friendships with the locals. All i can say is
- Elena and the insulting of a preteen crew
- gold mining
- Deer warning
This is one where you would just have to have been there. Sorry guys!
Until Next time
M and E
Friday 26th july
Moved to St Regis and moving closer to Seattle. Got there not long after lunch time. Nat and I did the washing. Hot one today, hazy with smoke from the bushfires, too. All the others went swimming in the pool, but I just observed. Chatted to the other tourists, then back to RV for BBQ once again. Played a ...