Mountain Valley Inn - Missoula
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... foray into sifting. We tried a bucket first, and found it somewhat interesting: a few sapphires, mostly quartz. Then we went for the motherload: a Mega-Jug. It isn't named because it's bigger in size, but because it's by far more concentrated: 7 times more concentrated. The ****************** dirt are sifted beforehand, and you're left with semi-precious and precious stones with little dirt. The two people out there helping us were friendly and well adapted to the technique ...
leaving Devils Tower we came across a very little town called Hulett. To be quite honest, I had missed a turn one
hundred metres from where I should have turned left there is was.
It was like
stepping back in time. Old stores with hitching rails in front of
them line the street. I was waiting for
a Wells Fargo Stage Coach to come around the corner at any second.
of Hulett is ...
... to ask for a part refund from the manager in the morning. It worked fine but we would still ask for a refund.
We found out that the time had gone forward an hour at some point in the journey so our eating options were getting a bit limited by the time we walked out into the town. It’s a really pleasant summers evening. The town is hard to describe, it’s like I’ve seen it before a few times on Man Vs Food. Everything is ...
... br> After a little break, Keith and Bryant headed out to Rock Creek, southeast of Missoula, to do some fly fishing. They were gone until 10pm. I was getting worried. Didn't matter, as they had some good "Father and Son" time.
They did catch two nice Rainbow Trout that they released after a short photo op.
... drink and find somewhere else to eat. I tried a beer called Fat Tire and it was delicious. After a few more attempts to find somewhere to eat we walked into a Fuddruckers and were unimpressed with having to order like we were at a McDonald's. Finally, we give in to Fergie, who has been suggesting this BBQ place he'd seen on the way in for like the past hour. Enter, Bobby from Famous Dave's. Starving and getting kind of *****y, we all ordered the first thing ...