Glacier Park Inn Bed and Breakfast
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... so excited we got to see some mountain
goats up close. Watching their climbing
skills is always so amazing. After some
pictures, we drove back to the Loop just as the others were finishing up the
hike. We got everyone back in the car
and then headed to Apgar for dinner at Eddie’s again. After dinner, we headed back to the house and
got our stuff packed to head home after a wonderful time in beautiful Glacier
... around 11 AM Mountain Time. Justine and Dan got rental cars and we stopped at Quiznos for lunch, before driving north. It was a good 2.5 hours from Missoula to Glacier, but it was a scenic drive in the mountains. We stopped once at an overlook for Flathead Lake on the way. In Kalispell, we picked up Betsy, Steve, and Laura at Glacier Park airport and then ...
... herbal, recycling, vitamin, natural extract obsessive! Not the best characteristics to have when sharing your home with strangers, but there you go... keeps the world interesting!
Jim is a man who uses ‘Tea Tree Oil with Neem’ organic toothpaste and ‘Ancient Minerals’ natural extract hair conditioner.
I have never heard of Neem in my life, let alone considered brushing it ...
McDonald Lake is the largest lake in the park. It was named after a guy named McDonald who camped out there once (before it was a Nat Park), and carved “McDonald” in a tree trunk. People started referring to the lake at McDonald Lake, and the name stuck.
So far, looks sunny, right? Well, it wasn’t long before ...
We woke up to a beautiful morning in West Yellowstone. We took quick showers and loaded up the car. The drive to Glacier National Park is supposed to be 6 + hours. There are a bunch of beautiful old farm buildings in the wide open fields! We stopped in Ennis to have ...