A Montana Road Trip: Part Two

As you may recall from last week’s post, I’ve been doing a bit of road tripping.

Last week’s Montana-lovin’ journey included gems in Missoula, St. Ignatius, Charlo, Pablo, Polson, Kalispell and Whitfish. This week, we’re finishing it up with tidbits from the rest of our adventure.

Amtrak's Empire Builder brings travelers to Western Montana from the east and west. (It also provides STUNNING views of terrain along the way).

Amtrak’s Empire Builder brings travelers to Western Montana from the east and west. (It also provides STUNNING views of terrain along the way).

 

Base Camp Cafe in Columbia Falls serves up mouth-watering dishes. Plus, it's adorable.

Base Camp Cafe in Columbia Falls serves up mouth-watering dishes. Plus, it’s adorable.

 

Station 8 in Columbia Falls. (Side note: I now think I need a chandelier in every room in my house).

Station 8 in Columbia Falls. (Side note: I now think I need a chandelier in every room in my house).

 

A stormy day on Lake McDonald in Glacier National Park

A stormy day on Lake McDonald in Glacier National Park

 

The Montana House in Apgar Village is open 363 days per year.

The Montana House in Apgar Village is open 363 days per year.

 

Downtown Bigfork.

Downtown Bigfork.

 

Whistling Andy Distillery in Bigfork.

Whistling Andy Distillery in Bigfork.

 

Flathead Lake Brewing Company in Woods Bay.

Flathead Lake Brewing Company in Woods Bay.

Now if you’ll excuse me, I need to go plan another road trip. Because when you live in a place that’s as magical as Western Montana, you have to soak up every last morsel.

xo,
TT

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