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... a tour at 10:30 Thursday morning. We are looking forward to that trip. We have been to Glacier before, but this will be the first time we have taken this tour. Should be fun. Leaving the mall we headed back to camp and quickly set up housekeeping. We had a wonderful supper--my homemade fried chicken, green beans, a little corn, and a small helping of potato salad. Tasty! Now we are settling down for the evening and thankful for such a good day. We drove 139 miles today. ...
... to get sandwiches for the road. We then hit up the local outfitter store for tips on hiking and swimming. She directed us to a nature trail just down the street. I initially thought this "nature trail" would be a fairly cheesy walk but it was really beautiful. We walked high up the banks along the Swan River and eventually found a trail that led us down to the waters edge. We all played among the rocks and water and ...
... friend Erin and meet her husband Dan. Somethings, thankfully, never change. Erin's as lovely as ever. On the way back we passed through the farmlands of Eastern Washington and picked up a box of fresh apples. In the following days Grandma taught us to make delicious applesauce.
The family band got a couple of sessions in, Grandma on the accordion, Emily and Grandpa on the fiddles. Grandpa did a harmonica part as well. What a ...
... lot worse and started cutting out. We stopped for lunch just outside the park entrance and called ahead to a Harley dealer in the town that we were going to for the night and they agreed to look at it if we could get it there. We managed to fiddle and get it to fire up but then did not want to allow it to stop again until we reached the dealer in Kalispell. We have great video of Glacier and images in our minds of it and thankfully we were able ...
... expense that both of us would recommend.
We were able to find another couple to split the five-hundred dollar
per half-hour fare with. Though half an hour doesn't sound like a lot
of time, it was. The things we saw are just being digested even now
some four days later!
On our third day we rose at five-thirty
for a seven a.m. express bus up the western slope to Logan Pass.
We couldn't have had a better ...