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... conditions. By the time we reached the entrance to West Glacier Park back at the bottom it was too late to drive around to the east entrance to Glacier Park. Another disappointment.
It was a full day anyway so we went back to the room for some R & R before going downstairs at the resort for dinner followed by a round of pool in the Fireside ...
... table for about 15 minutes. Then we went in and ordered our pie. Jerry also had a Huckleberry milkshake. Our bill was almost $25!! The pie (one piece) was $8.50! But, we had to try it. They ran out again after we got ours. Honestly, the pie we had the other day was better than this pie – and cost less!
Spent the rest of the afternoon soaking up the ...
... said they are a type of plant that randomly grows and can go a whole season without any showing up.
Personally, I think he is in on the cover up.
Check out these vids to see how windy it was, and just how many alie... plants are in these hills.
Video #1 - Alien Pods! (The creepy lift noise adds a nice atmosphere right?)
Video #2 - Thar she blows! (No ship, or pirates, just wind ;P)
... berries near the Many Glacier road. Awesome!!!!!!
Our plan was to do the biggest and longest hike we had attempted with Zach of the entire trip, the 15,5 km (9.6 mile) return hike to Iceberg Lake. The hike is regarded as one of the best in the park and they weren’t wrong. Unlike many walks in the park this one was more open and exposed which gave an enhanced feeling for the dramatic surrounding landscape. While the distance was long, the slope was pretty gradual ...
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