Hidden Moose Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Whitefish
a raging torrent during the spring run-off,
this gushing "river" is reduced to a mere trickle in the summer
... of the lake where a
forest fire in 2006 consumed over 35,000 acres of forest, with 16,000 being on
park property and the balance on the Blackfoot
A good day but we are all
tired and grumpy. A delicious meal
prepared by Chef David put us in a better mood.
Tomorrow the plan is to drive the “Road to the Sun” all the way to its
end on the west side of the park and Lake ...
... and playing with his two grandchildren. We had our lunch and relaxed on the shores of the freezing cold lake along with about 15 other people. We could see some mountain goats in the distance and the ranger said a black bear had been sighted near the toilets about 1 hour before we got there.
On the way back to the campsite we stopped at Park café again to get one of their world famous pies. Chris had been dreaming about their Huckleberry Blueberry pie almost the entire ...
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 ...
... ride and through the Blackfeet Reservation Land.
Two names instrumental in making this park a reality were George Bird Grinnel and Fredrick Godsal...through their efforts this land was protected for all of us to enjoy. We viewed at least 8 glaciers in the park, which were amazing to see.
Some of what we saw:
Triple Divide Peak (where depending on which peak the water comes from) to the left it flows to ...