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Travel Blogs from Whitefish
... However, for this blog, we did cull them down to just 60 or so. We tried to remember the names of all the mountains and glaciers that we saw, but we knew we couldn't, so please just enjoy the beauty of the pictures and forgive us for not remembering all the names. It truly is one of the most beautiful places we have seen and we would hope that everyone could come here and see it for themselves some day. It is well worth the trip.
Expensive but then we say words like 'safety, emergencies.’ We found if you start using words like that, you are likely to spend almost anything. But then add one critical factor – reception. Almost no coverage in Alaska, very limited coverage in Canada, and no usage while on the cruise. Is it still worth $265? The places we are likely to have an emergency where we are not near help are the locations where we know there is ...
... path...is that the sun...there’s gotta be a bear around the corner...oh look, there’s the lake lake - wait, where did it go?...and now we are on a blessedly beautiful ferry back...”, venture! Despite my completely unadulterated humor, it really was a memorable exit to the park.
Besides the occasional trip into town, we pretty much stayed in the seclusion of the park for 10 days. There was one day we attempted to connect ...
Day 28/29/30: Whitefish, Montana
Amanda and I were campground spoiled coming from grasslands national park. We thought every campground should be beautiful, have lots of wildlife, and be almost completely empty. We had made plans to meet up with my twin brother Arlo and his girlfriend Meaghan in Whitefish Montana. Because we are driving machines we decided to do the drive all in one ...
... In Europe, separated by 3420 miles. Here, only 70. Seen out the window: lots and lots of farmland and blue skies, not enough cows. But, for about three seconds, a breathtaking sight. As we were pulling out of a station in Montana we were just gaining speed and running along side us were 4 wild horses. Variations of brown and black with beautiful flowing manes. Just all power, speed and grace. Also seen near the entrance to Glacier National Park: a golf course. ...
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