Glacier Park Inn Bed and Breakfast
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... 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 ...
... hands out the most frightening brochure I've ever seen at the entrance gate. Casually slipped into the park map information, the cover reads "BEARS!" above a photo of an angry grizzly. I chuckled and threw it onto the passenger seat.
Acknowledging my healthy fear of bears, I was planning a photo series for this blog: Things I Thought were Bears. On high alert for the past month, countless large boulders, tree stumps ...
I got up early for sunrise. Fortunately, we were camping incredibly close to the lake, so it was literally just a matter of unzipping the tent and walking about 25 yards to the water's edge. I was hoping that there’d be some leftover clouds from last night’s storm. Instead, I was met with heavy fog. I waited and waited for it to clear, but it wasn’t going anywhere quick so eventually headed back to camp. ...
... due to bear activity there. We could see a bear down at the lake but it really just looked like a moving brown dot.
Also, on the trail were many mountain goats eating right off the path. Their horns appeared to be very sharp, but the must be a little used to people because they would not move unless someone got too close. Even though there was still a little snow around, there were many beautiful flowers and waterfalls to see.
... at the top of the mountain pass: standing there in the biting wind and cold rain, we realised that packing mainly shorts and vests was probably a mistake.
We finally made it to the KOA campground on the western edge of the park. John, Rachel and I managed to cook fajitas for the group before the heavens opened again. Luckily, this KOA was equipped with an enormous hot tub. It’s not difficult to guess where we spent the entire ...