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Where’s Chuck Today? Glacier National Park
Up at 6:30 and off to the
Glacier NP St Mary’s visitor center to catch the bus to Logan Pass which is the
highest point on the “Road to the Sun” and the continental divide at 7700
feet. I decided that we should hike to
the Hidden Lake Lookout, 1.5miles from the bus dropoff. ...
... 8217;s continue on the road. Each turn presented a larger view of the valleys. One of our favorite turns was a hairpin 180 degree turn. Fun. We eventually made it to Logan’s Pass, atop the Continental Divide at 6646 feet. The Visitor Center is housed in an alpine building that fits snuggly in the mountain like it belongs there. We ate lunch outside and watched a man step on the tail of a local Columbian Ground Squirrel.
... When we got to "Whitefish RV Campground" later that evening, we expected big things. Wonderful things. And at the very least, adequate things.
The first sign of something wrong was "Moustache" (as we called him) working behind the desk. He didn't sit right with me. When we said we wanted to get a camp site he started with "That's the thing… there are no sites. You just pick a ...
... bears, but some of us only saw two of them. As we drove out of Canada, we saw storm clouds forming and it suddenly became VERY windy and cool. It went from 80 to 55 degrees within about 10 minutes! We saw yet another bear on the hillside as we drove, but the closest we came to any animal was not a bear, but a COW!!! Bill had to slam on the brakes in order to avoid hitting two cows that were running across the road! After an eventful drive to Glacier ...
... let out a sigh and wistfully recounted the glory of days gone by. Because this is Amtrak, our train was behind schedule. For that reason we missed going through much of Glacier in daylight. But got to see the Continental Divide ... Well, a sign for it at least. Our final station to get out and look around was Whitefish, MT. So, that was our only full day on the train. Tomorrow we are in Washington state and into Seattle. Both of us having a grand time seeing new ...
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