Motel 6 Missoula
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... later and you can take a left down Broadway. Tiny town, 800 or so people, old residential houses and old commercial businesses. Gem Mountain is where we stopped. The people were nice and we looked around for a quick moment inside at the tons of jewelry and fossils; sterling silver and sapphires were the most used; ammonites, nautiluses and fossilized shark's teeth were everywhere.
But we headed out to the garage area (once the building was a Ford dealership), and ...
We spent two nights with Yogi Bear and Boo Boo in Missoula. Yogi would walk the grounds at dusk and look for hugs. We visited the Smoke Jumper Center and got to see the jump plane, the training center and where jumpers prepare their packs. The town of Missoula is a clean and beautiful city with lots of young people. We wanted to tube the river but learned about it too late.
... of Motel 6 Missoula around 8pm as the sun was setting. It’s one of those Motels you see on TV, two tier things with hicks and the like. We were behind some long grey haired guy at the desk who was wearing denim overalls he was without question a serial killer. I felt a bit uneasy about being here, the sort of people that stay here are people who run over their supper before eating it. The receptionist told us the aircon wasn’t ...
... border had been closed because of a forest fire. We could see a huge smoke cloud towards the southeast that lingered for several hours but was gone this morning. The fire was top news in the local newspaper, the Missoulian (missoulian.com). 4 to 8 houses were destroyed but fortunately no one was injured. The fire is now under control. There have been other fires east ...
... to town and walked around and ate at a festival in the park with a band and a great little dance group who performed on the lawn. Again it was hot and these kids were all in black.
Along this park is a rapidly running river with some areas going over rock and making for some white water. People were rafting from a spot up above in tubes and having a blast floating down this river. (Big Fork River). There was even a surfer who was doing ...