Paul Ranch Montana Llc
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- Microwave in room
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... side road is in much better condition and the stops along the shuttle seem to be much busier. There is considerable construction delays on the east side road which makes the distance seem much longer. The east side feels much more like you are up in the mountains, where the west, you are down in the valley. Beautiful (and scary) along the road over to the west past Logan ...
... 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 ...
... the trimmings (gift shops, restaurants, bars, porches with rocking chairs, fireplaces, etc). It was built by the railroad in the late 1800s to encourage visitors to come to the Park. It is built in an Alpine (think: Swiss Chalet) style because the railroad was referring to GNP (which wasn't actually a national park at that point) as "the Alps of the U.S." in all the promotional ads. In fact, many of the staff still wear lederhosen, ...
... 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 ...
... Soap Lake the Grand Coulee Canyon flattened out and then disappeared all together (I suppose being ground zero for the biggest flood in the history of mankind might do that...). The surrounding remained pretty much featureless until the Idaho border, as I cruised along the I90. You then hit pine forests which continue into western Montana. I wasn't in Montana long before I decided that I liked it. The people were friendly, the sky really did seem big, and there ...