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... creating lakes. Of the estimated 150 glaciers which existed in the park in the mid-19th century, only 25 active glaciers remained by 2010. Scientists studying the glaciers in the park have estimated that all the glaciers may disappear by 2020 if the current climate patterns persist.
Glacier National Park borders Waterton Lakes National Park in Canada—the two parks are known as the Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park, and were designated as the world's first ...
... like an alcoholic but please bare in mind there was almost 5 days of full sobriety in between...plus it was of course purely for medical purpose :P No really, that tooth did hurt! So that was that...kinda wish I remember some more funny bits from the night but this is now 3 weeks ago so you'll have to make do with the remnants of my dishevelled memory! After the night in Polebridge, I got dropped off in Northern Montana for the start of a very interesting journey to ...
We were anxious, pessimistic and on edge when we took off from the Walmart car park the day after Matt rebuilt our NEW carburetor, for the third time. In a 40 degree RV he took the entire things apart while I finished an entire book and started another one from my latest booty at the pawn shop (10 books for $5). We both decided that those feelings would ease the further we drove, and they did. Bessy is now running well and her wheels are ...
We were off early to make the three hour drive North to Glacier National Park. Northern Montana has numerous cherry orc**********g Flathead Lake and yellow canola fields. Upon arrival at the West Entrance around noon, we had lunch at Eddie's Restaurant at Apgar inside the park. After lunch we began the two hour slow journey up the Going-to-the-sun Road.
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... rain. So we pressed on. A few miles later a soft rain started and at Kristi's insistence, we pulled over and put the top up. Personally, I thought that we could out run the drops, but I was overruled. The soft rain gave way to hard rain which gave way to hail. Cars were pulled over and stopped all along the road. They however were not experienced alpine adventurers driving a mighty steed like we were! We pressed on past the tourist. We pressed on past the pickup trucks. We pressed ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed