Cabin Creek Landing Bed & Breakfast
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... t be any glaciers left by 2030. We were on a road called Going-to-the-Sun Road. It was a beautiful, nail-biting road to drive. Very narrow and curvy. Several times Dad asked by how much we were clearing the hanging cliffs. There was a lot of traffic in the park today so meeting cars added to the stress. Still, well worth the drive. Absolutely beautiful, breath-taking views even with the clouds. Glacier National Park is full of beautiful lakes and ...
... called running eagle falls my it was beautiful. drove to browning MT to spend the night but change our mind when they wanted $ 192.00 went back to the town we had just went though and was able to get a room for just $ 65.00 for the night. they came down in price for us. normal price was $ 72.32. Uyy God is so good. His creation is Awesome. Just think He's got the whole world in his ...
... able to get directions from some rafters and it turns out we could enter the national park on this road we just had to ride 10 more miles of bike breaking washboard road and 15 miles of paved roads and go around 2 mountains! So our 58-60 mile day just turned onto 83 miles with 20+ miles of bone jarring gravel. We ended up using clothes to make masks because of the choking ...
... I come back for a mid cycle holiday over Jubille weekend! Can't wait to see her again - only issue is I am not sure it will be that easy to fly back to face another 4-5 weeks on the bike!
So I set off in the knowledge that I only had 56m to do - or that is what I had thought! I skipped breakfast - a mistake because there was nowhere on my entire planned route to eat, as I discovered. My route though seemingly not too short was up hill all day and again into a slight wind ...
... the dark, stormy sky looked enormous. One could only imagine its vastness when it was clear, blue, and sunny. Horses grazed on the green grass peacefully. I immediately saw that I was in “Blackfeet Country,” and, in spite of myself, I couldn’t help but imagine warriors proudly straddling those horses, galloping across the valleys and hills…When I came to East Glacier, the tiny little main street fit right in with my daydream: it looked like something from the Old ...