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Old 05-22-2006, 06:33 AM   #1
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People traveling between Yellowstone and Glacier may be interested in this Campsite.
Although a few clicks off interstate 80, I found it much better than any site in Missoula.
Lots of historical things to see. The Lewis & Clark Expedition spent a few days here, resting their weary bones, while crossing the Bitterroot Mtns. in Idaho.

http://www.lolohotsprings.com/accommodations.htm
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People traveling between Yellowstone and Glacier may be interested in this Campsite.
Although a few clicks off interstate 80, I found it much better than any site in Missoula.
Lots of historical things to see. The Lewis & Clark Expedition spent a few days here, resting their weary bones, while crossing the Bitterroot Mtns. in Idaho.

http://www.lolohotsprings.com/accommodations.htm
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