Motel 6 Kalispell
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Hi everyone: Our trip is beginning to run together as we don't always have wi-fi and so I forget where I've been. We had a long day yesterday and drove through a greast little town called Whitefish and of course stopped for great coffee at one of their local shops. The best coffee in a long time. Then off we went to start the "Up to the sun ride" …
... because he looks like a raving Arab with his beard. But as soon as he said something the guard recognized that he was from the back woods of New Hampsha. And he let me go as soon as he figured out that all I had on me that I purchased in Canada was half a quart of motor oil an a package of prunes (notice a theme here?).
after the border we stopped for lunch. The waitress informed us that the Road through Glacier ...
... 30mph and the rain turned to snow which was literally falling (flying?) parallel to the ground. The worst of it was when I reached Maria’s Pass, marking the Continental Divide. Despite the terrible weather, I could catch glimpses of the violent beauty of this place. If I could describe today in one summarizing word, it would be “waterfalls.” I saw waterfalls everywhere, of all sizes and heights. There is something incredibly soothing and graceful about falling water. ...
... The average national car rental from my experience ranges from $19 to $50 dollars a day, but here in Kalispell it is over $80 a day plus tax. I arrived at Glacier Guides Montana Raft and was immediately greeted by Judith and company owner. She realized my delay and arranged a guide to walk me into the camp but I would have to pay an additional fee, I was very delighted how things worked out. I gave my wallent and passport ...
... in Mexico).
My Mexican cowboy hat (blew out of the car at the Golden Gate Bridge).
My parrot design Indian t-shirt, bought from an Indian woman in Peru. (On a fan in a hotel room in Brazil)
My very useful padlock and chain (chained to hotel furniture in Ecuador - probably more annoying for them than me as I still have the key).
Even our camping equipment is showing signs of advanced age.
But they’re only things. And I find it ...