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I'm a newbie. Just found the site and am having fun and learning a lot already. We have owned a B&B in Western Montana for 9 years (Were previous guests for 10 years) and will really enjoy being part of this group. Thanks again.

Stu & Linda

 

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Welcome from the shores of Southern Georgian Bay, Ontario.  I have gleaned so much info and insights from the members here.  Indeed a treasure trove of information.

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A belated welcome from Wonderful West Virginia. (I have been out of town)

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Glacier is never the same. They can open early depending on road clearance from snow. They can also close as early as September 6th (Last year) because of the early snow on the "Going to the Sun Road" whic is biggest attraction. Lower parts and Hwy 2 remain open...it's a do no miss part of the country - no -- world!

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Thanks!

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Hello from Blue Ridge, GA!  Glad you made it here.  After 9 years, you might be able to teach us a thing or two! 

 

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Welcome from me, too. 

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Yeah, It's tough but somebody has to live here! AND, it's got to be us! We are on 25 acres of property on the edge of the Selway-Bitterroot Wildnerness overlooking a beautiful valley. Lots of wildlife and we're a barn & Breakfast too because of people who travel with horses. Pet friendly in our two cabins...

 

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How far are you from Seattle? Glacier Nat'l Park?

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Seattle about 10 hours. Straight shot - Dungeness Crab trip twice a year. Stayed at a B&B near the Zoo

a few years ago. Very nice.

Glacier is about 4 hours to the entrance. Yellowstone is about 6 hours. Both are fun drives.

S&L

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OK, now more questions! Is Glacier open in early April? Waste of my time to detour over there (going from Vegas to Seattle by car)? Now I have to go get another map!

Apologies...I hate when people ask me questions about places that are hours away from me, but you're 2000 miles closer than I am right now!

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Welcome! Welcome Your place was on my list for a trip we ultimately didn't take last summer. I'm still regretting not going "the northern route."  Smiling

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Welcome!!! 

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smileyWelcome......

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Welcome Stu and Linda!!! I am very envious hearing where your inn was located. It's on my bucket list to see (and to live in) the Rocky Mountains. But I've told my hubby to be careful when he takes me west of the Mississippi- he may never get me back east Smiling

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Penelope wrote:

Welcome Stu and Linda!!! I am very envious hearing where your inn was located. It's on my bucket list to see (and to live in) the Rocky Mountains. But I've told my hubby to be careful when he takes me west of the Mississippi- he may never get me back east Smiling

Allow me to be the first side tracker to the new folks...

P, I thought of you when I saw their place. Big Sky Country! 

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Joey Bloggs wrote:

Penelope wrote:

Welcome Stu and Linda!!! I am very envious hearing where your inn was located. It's on my bucket list to see (and to live in) the Rocky Mountains. But I've told my hubby to be careful when he takes me west of the Mississippi- he may never get me back east Smiling

Allow me to be the first side tracker to the new folks...

P, I thought of you when I saw their place. Big Sky Country! 

Ahhhhh Joey, you know me so well heart

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Welcome. Welcome I don't remember how to do that waving thing and Maddy always tells me, but I forget. I think it's Welcome or is it ::welcome or something like that. 

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Welcome!  yesYou are correct...this is a great place to learn and hang out!

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Hi from the Highlands.

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Hi Stu and Linda!

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Welcome to the forum! Looking forward to your input!

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Thanks for the intro.  And a big welcome to you. 

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Stu and Linda we are glad you are here! We are a tough bunch at times, but we have huge hearts! heart

Innkeeping can be a lonely business when even your own family doesn't get it, so we understand. Most of us have been there done that. We look forward to getting to know you more, and hearing your B&B experiences!

There is a glossary here somewhere as we tend to use our own vocab after a while...usually from an incident or two that have donned a person or situation with a new acronym or nickname...

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Welcome

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