Bigfork Mountain Lake Lodge
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We went to Glacier National Park Friday and today. We took a 4-hour bus tour on one of the famed Red Buses. There were built in the late 1930's, have been in almost continuous service since then in months the park is open, and were reconditioned and improved by Ford Motor Co. in the 1990's. (For example, they now have automatic transmissions and run on propane gas.) The drivers are called Jammers, from back in the days when they had to ...
... a view of the tracks to park in and ate our lunch. We actually watched a I train go by as we ate. We are now all settled in at the Izaak Walton Inn at Essex. I know many of you have never heard of the Izaak Walton, so I'll explain. This is an old railroad hotel that was built right next to the tracks. It is now a popular destination for rail-fans all,over the world. So anyway, as I write this I'm sitting in the porch swing looking out at ...
... smooth whiskey involved.
Meals at the inn are fabulous and typical of Montana, they are manly sized proportions and a whole lot of meat. A vegetarian dish is available though, a different dish offered each night and they are yummy too. Dave and I had the vegetarian dish the first night.
Typical of these old inns and lodges, there is almost no sound-proofing between rooms. The last night, our neighbors ...
... toy hauler trailer which allows for easy tool access as well as a shelter, friends and relatives who don’t lock their door when we get near and a monthly disability check for our sole source of income. With the rental income and an opportune sale of some remote west Virginia land [ 3.4 acres bought at a tax sale back in 1988- we never even saw it- brought in ...
... our Cdn dollars. If you look on the map, we will be following Hwy #2 all the way east, until the Great Lakes. It runs just south of and parallel to the border – the more scenic route. Idaho is very narrow at its northern tip, so we soon crossed over into Montana. The closer we get to the Glacier Park, the more green/blue the rivers are becoming, similar to the waters of Lake Louise.
We stopped at a RV repair ...