Paul Ranch Montana Llc
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- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed
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... to a dusting of snow on everything and reconsidered our decision to stay. We packed up quickly and headed south to Great Falls to get out of the high elevations. Logan Pass is now closed in the park and 4 inches of snow cover the roads we drove to get out of the area. How quickly Mother Nature works her magic! We're looking at the map and adjusting our plans to avoid bad weather. It's on to Idaho today, then into Washington. I hope you're enjoying a beautiful fall day wherever you ...
... their hike in the same time it took us old people to do half the miles and a fraction of the elevation. I got to sit next to the lady with the kids that I have told you about already, so just one more story and then I am putting them out of my mind for good. The baby girl (~9 mos) in the lady's arms, seated next to me, reached over and grabbed my shirt with her sticky little baby hands (writing this makes me think that I sound ...
... up at 4.20am to be one of the first people on this iconic roads for the season. Beautiful road, ice-melt waterfalls everywhere, 20ft high snow walls, Big-horn Sheep, a very friendly Hoary Marmot, Moose swimming across the lake and even 2 Minx running across the road. We came to really like this park in the end, it borders Canada so we thought... Canada, why ...
... a magnificent church on Indian territory in Montana? It's like walking into a cathedral in Europe. I'm glad Tanzy directed my attention to it. It's just off MT-93 when you drive north from Missoula in the direction of Flathead Lake which I did on Tuesday. I decided to spend the night at the lake (at a campground called Yellow Bay). My tent was right next to a creek where I could cool my ...
... away but had lost
track of Billy and the girls. Using
Google, we located a newspaper article which featured Billy’s years of spending
the summers in Glacier and her love of hiking and Glacier. At the time the article was written Billy was
90 years and still hiking over 200miles per year in Glacier. The only other clue we got from the article
was that the cabin was located in an area called Kelly’s Camp. I guess you are wondering ...