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... more overcast.
As we continued west had some intermittent rain. Went throughThe Loop, switch backs on the road, Weeping Wall, trickling water falls splashing on the road and two tunnels. Road follows side of a clift as it depends from higher elevation sub-alpine terrain to the forest on the western side. Lots of overlooks and got more great pictures. Had two short, heavy storms and were ...
... bucket was 5 pounds for 5 dollars. And man, are these cherries delicious! Not too sweet, not too tart, and a bright but deep red color. And did I mention juicy?!? They are like a burst of cherry water in your mouth. Lastly,we backtracked to a trail we had seen along the road. We had hoped this trail would lead us down to the lake and sure enough it did! We changed into our bathing suits and got out into the water. Pippi ...
We finally have arrived in Kalispell!
To get to the USA Boarder from Invermere was pretty easy we even made a stop at the empty Fort Steel. Just the USA Boarder guards wanted to have a form filled out, our fingerprints and a picture in which we all looked a bit... what should I say, it could have been a pic of us on a better day. And as if that wasn't enough we had to pay $6.00 (everybody wants ...
... a great way. We then retreated next door to the Blue Canyon Bar & Restaurant and had a great meal (meals of the trip so far) along with some local beers and an Australian McLaren Vale Shiraz by the glass!! Forget the brand but it tasted great, we had a good chat to the barmaid and manager and ended up getting a couple of free glasses on the house. A day that could have really gone pear shaped ended up being a really enjoyable day, the bike gods have really looked after ...
... 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 ...