Quinn's Hot Springs Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Beverage Selection
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... where I really was. Had an awwwful nights sleep, partly due to having to be up and have left before it got light again, but also because it was still right next to the highway so loads of noise. I was also really paranoid about police helicopters, but when I woke up in the morning I pretty much discovered I was under an airport aswell! So packed up and set off around 5.30am back down the highway towards the next town 23 miles away. Unfortunately there was not one lay by opportunity ...
... is writing this part!!!) They were amazed when they heard that us ladies had ridden on some of these tracks. They requested a lift up to their car, so I went on Mikes ATV & they both went up on mine. Back up the VERY steep track (I had to sit on the front of the ATV to balance it, so it wouldn't flip back) SCARY! Our boys would have LOVED this so much. By the end of the day, every bone in our body ached, We were IN AGONY but it was well worth ...
Today I drove all the way from West Glacier to Bozeman, with a stop in Helena along the way. Altogether, it was around a 6 hour drive, but I look forward to long drives because I love listening to music while I drive. And after leaving the helicopter tour place, I was in a Judas Priest kind of mood, so I was blasting them for about the next 100 miles, with a little Iron Maiden, Ozzy Osbourne, and Black Sabbath thrown in. By the time I left Helena, I was listening to Led ...
We got an early start on our journey to Washington to see Lisa and Rich. We drove to Garrison Junction and continued on I-90 past Missoula, turning north onto US 93 toward Kalispell. We stopped in Arlee, MT on the street just across from Wilson’s Market, for lunch. It’s very handy to have your kitchen, and house actually, along with you on a trip. I slipped over to the market and picked up some essentials, to wit, a toothbrush, toothpicks ...
On the way to Glacier National Park, we made a stop in Bozeman to visit my cousin, Todd, who has lived in the area for around 10 years. Let's just say Bozeman is nothing like Philly (and that's a good thing). Driving into the city, all you see is pine trees and mountains, and the city itself is an adorable main street filled with ski/snowboard shops, restaurants and a handful of breweries. After an awesome lunch at the MacKenzie River Pizza Company on Main Street, ...