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" …
... after one of the natives waiting below the cliff got in the way of the falling buffalo and they found him with his skull crushed... The border crossing was surprisingly easier that the crossing into Canada, as we nearly had to be searched on the way in AND had to surrender two apples to the authorities. Surprisingly the Americans were friendly and let us go through swiftly, which I was surprised at after meeting the ...
... to. At the road’s end, I walked a brief way along the lake shore, but the wind was so fierce that I quickly retreated to the safety of my car and headed back towards Browning. I took the roads quicker this time. I had good music blaring, was singing loudly, and was enjoying the freedom of the road as it twisted its way back over the flatlands and valleys. The windows were rolled down; I loved the feeling of the cool breeze as it flowed through my hair, brushing the strands against ...
... to his van. It actually worked out to my adventage because I got a private tour all the way up to the campsite.
In the evening, I was surprised how many mosquitos are out there. There are so many mosquitos that they swam every hikers from all directions, I am pretty much covered from head down starting with large hat, glasses to long sleeves. But those pesky mosquitos still managed to fly underneath my hat and ...
... time of the year.
It kept snowing all night and we decided to stay another day. Walking in the snow was fun. Who knew when we would see it again? Maybe we would even miss Wal-Mart, strip malls and parked pickup trucks? After all, we plan to be away for over a year.
In essence, there wasn't much to see or do in this snowy town except catch up on some sleep and relax from this road trip.