Motel 6 Missoula
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... is a darling little town with several large bronze statues placed strategically around the area. I took one picture which may give an idea of how things loon there. By the way, John checked the odometer before we left town and so far we had at that point driven nearly 2,500 miles on this journey! Montana is certainly well advertised as "Big Sky Country" but we were somewhat disappointed in our drive today because there was still so much haze in the air. After ...
... the wild turkey that Bryant shot with his bow last fall. Our plan is for "Mom" to roast it some time this weekend. Just can't seem to get away from cooking. :-( Oh well, it is for my favorite son.
Tonite I think we will do "Biga Pizza". Sounds like a plan.....
... purcahse the raw honey. This prompted us to stop at a couple small gas stations/small stores in search of some Montana-made honey. Our attempts on the honey front were frutile, but we did find Huckelberry everything else! It appears to be one of the few things that grow well Montana. To complete the day we ventured out in the freezing 57 degree weather to the Iron Horse Bar for dinner.
The Lolo hot springs are located in an old concrete building that reminded me of an old YMCA, and for $7.00, you can lounge about in them. I paid my money and wasn’t disappointed. Hot springs are a very nice way to end a day’s ride.
The guy who was working there was cool too. I told him what I was doing, and he told me about their tent camping area, which cost $17.26 per night. But when I explained that I was trying to milk the last little bit ...