North Forty Resort
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... back to the car. We stopped at Apgar Village to buy souvenirs and I got some pictures of McDonald Lake. We decided to just eat here at Eddie’s Café. This was the best food and service we’d had yet on the trip. Sandy had a glass of Huckleberry Riesling with dinner. We liked it so much, that we got two bottles from the gift shop after dinner. After dinner, we headed back to the house and got to bed ...
... men’s and women’s Wimbledon tennis finals on TV. It was so strange to be sat in the Montana Wilderness watching the tennis happening only a few miles away from our home!
We had thoroughly enjoyed Glacier National Park and its beautiful scenery and wildlife. Jim’s cabin was a fun experience too. Real wilderness living with an unusual character, but Jim always made us feel comfortable ...
... Whitefish, MT and the temperature was 96. A very posh town with a great mountain view
Went for a swim at the hotel pool and a great dinner at Haskill Station Restaurant. Jim had the meatloaf and I had Steelhead Trout. Best I ever had.
... there was a carousel. Wen was in her element and really enjoyed the ride on one of the hand carved horses.
From Missoula, we headed east towards Great Falls across some really lovely rolling grasslands with cattle ranches and horse studs. Interesting names like Utmost, Paws Up, Smiling Gulch and Dear Born Ranch. A lovely drive. Big Sky Montanna, the states official moto, is certainly true.
We ere on our way to Fort Benton for ...
... the landscape is more pasture. We hope to see moose, elk and bison but sadly it has rained heavily and they are not to be seen. The grizzly and brown bears are also elusive, and apparently a mountain lion and her two cubs have been seen in Apgar village right on the path we walk twice a day. A sign has been put up warning folk to be alert, not to walk alone and to keep children close. There is no way I am going down that path again. We hitch a ride back to the park ...