Glacier Park Inn Bed and Breakfast
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... to have safety in numbers should a bear appear out of the woods....
With bear spray in my pocket we set off, climbing high up into the mountains through the most beautiful meadows of wildflowers. We had certainly timed our arrival perfectly for the summer’s full bloom. The smells and colours were stunning.
Then we had our second wildlife spotting. A cheeky little ground squirrel – ...
... but she only got in a little bit then ran and ran. Then she rolled in the grass for a while.
Back on the road we drove by the gorgeous Flathead lake and all the way up to Hungry Horse. Unfortunately we missed the turnoff and had to turn around, but eventually we found our way down a dirt road to Emery Bay campground. We found our spots and set up camp.
The view from ...
... called Plus 15 link many of the buildings and centres so, in theory, you can walk around, 1 floor up and not have to venture out into the cold. Must say it was great for us. The evening before, we were having dinner and looked out to see our first snowstorm of the trip. Next morning, our balcony was a sheet if ice.
Thursday: Emma and Juris arrived from Regina. It was great to give them a few hugs again after so long. We will have just over ...
... of four floors. We a lakeside with a balcony with a magnificent view. Kathy was very happy.
The open lobby has huge vertical timbers from the first floor to the roof and large horizontal supporting timbers. Very rustic.
Looks like we are about 30 miles from the border and the Waterton Lakes National Park Alberta, Canada. This is northernmost point of our trip.
From 3 to 4:30 took a "boat ...
... with Stephen Colbert’s ‘Americone Dream’ Ben & Jerry’s ice cream while I had a slice of their Pecan Pie which was incredible.
Chris kicks my ass once again at Skipbo and then we saw and heard an owl high up in the tree before heading off to bed.
Tuesday 20 August 2013
In the morning I tried to do the 3.2 km ( 2 mile ) Beaver Pond Loop trail to maybe see an actual Beaver which was the only iconic American wildlife creature we ...