Friday, December 04, 2009

Whoa!

Isn't it interesting that we can live day after day and NOT consider such important questions? Great head jogger... thanks,

Tom

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Sunday, November 29, 2009

New Flathead Lake Video

Join us for a cruise on Flathead Lake, Montana whhile we head down to Wood's Bay and enjoy dinner at the "Sitting Duck Saloon".



One of the best kept secrets on Flathead Lake are the restaurants and taverns that provide boat docks where you can tie-up and enjoy meals and excellent cocktails. Enjoy the trip! :-)

Friday, August 28, 2009

Flathead Lake Boaters Assistance

Here's a handy tip for boaters on Flathead Lake. No matter how well prepared you are for a day on the lake, anything can go wrong with your boat. If you're not prepared or don't know who to call to get help, a day on the Flathead can turn into a fiasco.

If your battery is going to die, the gas guage lies or the engine decides to go on strike, it will only happen when you're three miles from shore. What to do?

There is a service called Flathead Lake Boaters Assist that will come to your rescue 24 hours of the day. If you float your boat on Flathead Lake, write down these numbers...
Phone: 250-1413
CH16VHF

If you need a jumpstart, gas or a tow to shore, Flathead Lake Boaters Assist is close by and ready to help.

Friday, August 14, 2009

Tourist Warning - MT Speed Limit

As you drive through on the thousands of miles of Montana's scenic roads, be aware of your speed. After living in the Treasure State for all these years, I just learned that Montana has a 'default' speed limit of 25 mph.

A friend of mine received a speeding ticket traveling down the road from Big Mountain Ski Resort to Whitefish, MT. He was only traveling 35 mph, and was ticketed for 10 miles over. When he complained that there were no posted speed limit signs, he was informed that any road in Montana that doesn't have a posted speed limit is a 25 mph zone.

This may be common knowledge to many people, but it was the first time I (or my friend) have heard of this 'default speed limit' law. So... be careful out tthere and watch for posted speed limits.

Friday, July 31, 2009

A Perfect Flathead Weekiend Ahead...

The forecast is for mid-90s, gentle breezes and a whole lot of fun on Flathead Lake. This weekend just may be the best days of summer for boating on Flathead Lake. We'll be there... hope to see you enjoying America's finest lake!

Oh and BTW, don't forget to stop and buy some of the world-famous Flathead cherries. They are being sold everywhere.

Wednesday, April 08, 2009

Cabin Lodging & RV Sites near Glacier

One of the best kept secrets about lodging near Glacier National Park is Stanton Creek Lodge. Offering what is probably the most convenient location for access to Glacier Park's east or west entrance, and the Great Bear Wilderness. They Guarantee Guaranteed the lowest prices on Highway 2.

There is a full-service bar and cafe on the premises. Yearly events include the annual 'Show and Shine Car Show' on Labor Day weekend. Available for company picnics, family reunions, group campouts, weddings and receptions. Golfing, float trips, and scenic helicopter flights can be arranged for you. Family owned and operated.

Best travel tip of the season ;-)

Check out Stanton Creek Lodge!

Sunday, February 01, 2009

Buy Local

First, I must apologize for the l-o-n-g delay since my last post. I won't bore you with excuses or make-up a reason for this lapse. Suffice it to say that 'life' got in the way and priorities were shifted. But in the words of that famous movie.... I'm BAAAAAACK!


Talk about a way to make a comeback... have you heard about the new movement that is sweeping across NW Montana called "BUY LOCAL"?

This was started by a local businessman, the owner of Glacier Subaru, who took it upon himself to start an awareness campaign to help our community deal with this terrible economy.


His premise is simply that if we as consumers, make a conscious effort to buy local - we can literally change the economy of NW Montana. In less than one week, he has the attention of local politicians, the Chamber and scores of businesses and individuals who want to join this effort.

The idea is simple... before you buy anything - THINK - can I buy this through a local business? Be aware that spending our dollars locally means that 80% of those dollars will stay in the local economy. This helps to provide jobs for local employees and supports the communities of Northwest Montana.

I hope you will take the time to visit the Buy Local website and more importantly, make buying local a habit. It's good for Montana!