Bridge Street Cottages

300 Bridge Street, Bigfork, Montana, 59911, United States | Ranch
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This ranch is located on 300 Bridge Street, Bigfork.
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    Travel Blogs from Bigfork

    Crazy Day to Ghost Town!!

    A travel blog entry by steveshroy on Jul 16, 2014

    8 photos

    ... town of course. Very well preserved. Had about 2000 residents when it was booming. No bumper stickers though... But they had license plates!!! Goes against the theme... But it will work :). Oh... And the road home? Nice!!! That will go on my review. We then went back to the trailer, ate lunch and drove to Glacier KOA for some fine "Kamping". We will have dinner and I'll probably just pass out. Tomorrow? No ...

    Day15 - Bigfork & Flathead Lake Tour

    A travel blog entry by david-willett on Sep 03, 2013

    1 comment, 2 photos

    ... of Bigfork's many galleries and small shops, I picked up a bottle of cheap red wine (which will go nicely with my planned gourmet dinner of hot and sour noodles, a tin of sardines, a ripe Washington peach and some Dutch licorice for dessert) and headed south on the winding road along the east side of Flathead Lake, the largest natural freshwater lake west of the Mississippi.

    You should visit Flathead Lake in early ...

    A Hog, Two Horses and Moose Drool

    A travel blog entry by tery_augusto on Aug 05, 2013

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... to the forest floor. Passing giant boulders tossed aside by glaciers long ago. At the furthest point of our ride we came upon a gushing white whiter river. Riding the rivers edge along a rock wall in the shadows of mountains. Rock and Pal did all the work while Augusto and I enjoyed the scenery. Sadly due to liability waivers we were not allowed to bring a camera and thus no pictures to share. We will have ...

    Bye bye Canada :(

    A travel blog entry by lozjg on Jun 02, 2013

    7 photos

    ... customs staff. We soon reached our campground in glacier national park, Montana, where the rain continued to pour so we managed to get some cabins for only $12 more than camping for two nights! Bargain and they had heaters! In the evening we all played a round of 'roadside trivia' a game invented by Bryan to test us on what we've learned at all the places we've been. That was fun as the rewards for correct answers was chocolate ...

    Moose drool

    A travel blog entry by markdyer on Aug 20, 2011

    11 photos

    ... creepy really – still, they have to do something with all these guns they are selling.

    Well, we are really getting into this 'micro beer’. Last night we went into Bozeman to the Montana Ale Works for a meal, and to sample their tipples. J had a couple of pints of Salmon Fly Honey Rye and I had a pint of Moose Drool. I had this drink purely on the basis of its name, to say that I had drunk a pint of Moose Drool – ...