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Travel Blogs from Whitefish
... our sights towards our camp sight at the other end of the trail. About a half mile down the trail we came across a man and son sitting off to the side who told us that about twenty minutes earlier, as they were coming up the trail, they had spotted a Grizzly a few hundred meters uphill from the trail moving in our direction towards the lake. So they joined our team on the hike downhill and we kept our eyes peeled and our voices loud as we ...
... by forests and cute holiday houses.
We seem to cover the miles pretty quickly with the roads in great condition, dual lane freeways the norm and even the back roads are good with 120km/hour speed limits helping. The car has been very comfortable and with fuel at $3.70 a gallon it makes filling up not so painful at the hip pocket. For a big car it also gets great fuel economy with 8 L per 100km being ...
... br> pies each summer.
We started to make another
excursion but decided to return to camp to get some laundry done and to make
reservations for tomorrow’s trip to Yellowstone. We will be staying the first night at the KOA
campground in Lewiston, about forty miles north of the North Yellowstone
Entrance. The two following nights we will
be staying at the Fishing Bridge RV Park inside of the park near Yellowstone
... to sleep..AARRRGGHH!!!!
Turns out the border guy was really nice and could see from the stamps in our passport that we had only entered Canada that morning so he let us through and didn’t even ask to see Zach, we thanked him for that as we drove off back into the USA.
The afternoon we went to the St Mary Visitor centre and Chris hopped on the shuttle back up to logan pass to do the Highline and Hidden Lake hikes I had done before.
After Chris got back ...
... and it is crystal clear, and surrounded by mountain views. Our campsite was right along the water at a State Park. We had a lovely evening by the campfire with the people from the camper at the site next to ours. A couple from Santa Barbara and their friends from Kalispell.
Saturday and Sunday were spent at Glacier National Park. We were a bit disappointed to find that much of ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking