Travel Blogs from Missoula
... and I was very unhappy about that. But, we did get to go to a very nice dinner at Cracker Barrel. We did laundry at the RV park and perused the neighbors' places as we took our walk. Those full-timers sure have some big rigs.
Tomorrow we will make it to Idaho and to Tony and Marla's place. We are really looking forward to seeing our dear friends. Good night...
We stopped briefly at an Albertson's in Bozeman to replenish our camping food, buy some fresh fruit, and splurge on some deli meat so that we wouldn’t be eating peanut butter sandwiches for the 12th straight lunch. Bozeman was a cool mix of cowboy-college town-hippie/Whole Foods crowd. It kind of reminded us of a mix of Austin and Ann Arbor. We regret not being able to spend more time there, but Missoula awaited.
Missoula is ...
... and Eron and their awesome puppy Duncan (thank you guys so much!). Things we did: downtown market, REI, salmon jerky, the locks, fish markets, hung out with the Fremont troll, saw the original starbucks (overrated), and roamed about the city. Its really beautiful.. and HUGE.. so it was kinda hard to see a lot in a short period of time.
Now.. we begin our trek east ( sad face) on our way to Yellowstone and Grand ...
... is the only way to travel and get the true taste and touch, of a new place. Plus, you save a lot of money on stuff that's not really important. Now, for you old folks, I know what your thinking. "Brandon, you're so easy to please." Well, you're right. But you could offer a couch to a stranger... The people you meet somewhere are what make a place special and couch surfers have turned out to be very special ...
... Sorry, no time for that. Local bike shops wanted about as much as a daily car rental rate to loan me a bike. Finally, he ran into a fellow musician and traded bikes with her for a day or two. I had my wheels and we headed up the mountain. I was as proud to make it up the hill on my own power as Joe was to tote 75 pounds worth of offspring - but still, a bus would have been nice. "Wow," said one of the other dinner guests when she saw our vehicles and heard ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRuby's Inn Missoula
We stayed at Ruby's for seven nights while visiting our son in Missoula. The accommodations were some of the best we have seen, and we travel extensively. Great breakfast and clean rooms. Price was very reasonable. Highly recommend. Will stay here again on future visits.
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