|We stayed in a really neat rv park called Ekstrom Stage Station. It was a restaurant and cabin rental and rv park. It has been in the same family for many years. The previous owners (father to the owner now) tore down local log cabin that were going to be destroyed and brought them to the present site and reassemblied them. The main building which is the office and restaurant was an original stagecoach stop about twenty miles away. The main log beams cross the restaurant inside and are low for the present tall Americans. Larry did not need to duck but just barely. They also kept the original post office boxes. This was where we finally saw a moose, howbeit only the head. The food was very good. It was home cooked from receipes that won awards by Doris Ekstom passed down from great grandmother Ekstrom. Huckleberries are in season and huckleberry everything is now available. We ate huckleberry pie here and it was very good. Huckleberries are sort of like blueberries and grow wild on bushes. We also ate huckleberry ice cream and bought a jar of huckleberry jam at other places. The park was set in pretty pine trees and was a peaceful place. No internet or tv; very rustic. Next will be our Glacier trip. Look forward to beautiful pictures. Love Alice and Larry.