Hidden Moose Lodge
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Thursday we all slept a little later than usual, and got going around 10. The breakfast at the lodge, which is really more of a B&B, was good as usual, the kids had fruit and lemon french toast and heather and I had eggs.
I took Heather into Whitefish and dropped her off to do some shopping.
I was still figuring out our …
Thursday we took it pretty easy.
Everybody (except me) slept late and managed to get breakfast just before it closed down at 10.
The lodge here is really nice, very well done with a huge great room/breakfast room and a big fireplace.
We went to the grocery store to get lunch, and then we made our way up to the Whitefish …
On Tuesday morning we got up around 7:30, packed up, checked out of the hotel, and went and got breakfast and takeout lunch at Pearls in Waterton Lakes. They cater to hikers and they were pretty busy but we had plenty of time so it was no problem.
We then boarded the boat to the dock on this other side of the lake which is the Crypt Lake …
... in-law of the boat captain at Two Medicine, who we would be seeing the following day. From here, we had great views of Grinnell Lake and Grinnell Falls flowing into it. This was the prettiest lake yet, a beautiful shade of blue. As the wind blew across the surface, the color changed in wild kaleidoscope patterns. The trail started to get more crowded from this point on. There was a good number of folks coming back as well as ...
... The following day we headed back into Glacier National Park to explore its eastern side. We crawled past the hillbillies as slowly as we could, ducking our heads low to avoid any incoming bullets. We didn’t see anyone apart from the usual gang of barking dogs running all around us and leaping at our windows clearly wanting to devour our insides....
Again we traversed the incredible ...