The Master Suite Bed And Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... for St Mary Lake, which runs to the south of the road, are closed.
We got to Logan Pass Visitors Center, close to the Continental Divide, about noon after a 20 mile trip. As advertised parking lot was jammed. After driving around for five minutes, got lucky and got a parking spot. Despite cloudy skies scenery was spectacular. Spent 40 minutes there and got some great pictures even though sky ...
... 6 pm we arrive at West Glacier KOA!, an excellent park. We eat excellent flat iron steak at the restaurant on site. Susan went swimming in the outdoor heated pool. We had excellent showers.
I think we are learning what Pat/John mean by good electricity. We did not have it last night.
we have a tour of glacier NP early tomorrow.
Wildlife sightings: 3 deer and some turkeys
miles driven: 268
Having photo upload problems, will try another day!
... to the sounds. Next, we drove south again along the east side of the lake and scoped out our cherry picking grounds. Upon locating a U-pick spot right next to a swimming hole, we pulled off to swim and eat our sandwiches. The swimming spot was packed but our picnic table was nice for a lunch outside. We then crossed the street and picked a bucket of Flathead cherries which, per the proprietor, were near the end of their ...
Montana's scenery is beautiful in a gentle and inviting way in contrast to the bold and sometimes fierce beauty found in Alaska. Montana was awash in the brilliant color of ripening leaves, gold, brown, orange, red. The lakes are cold and calm and reflect a benign sunny sky. Autumn in Montana.
Two weeks went by quickly, no time would ever be long enough. We love you Grandma and Grandpa, and everyone in between.
... up after the creation of the "Going to the Sun Road". This windy road allowed people to traverse across the park and see the most spectacular views. Back then, it would take a week to get across the park via horseback, but now is a few hour trek by car.
We would get the full taste of this "Going to the Sun Road" when we travelled east towards our next destination Saint Mary on the east edge of Glaciar National Park. The drive is one of the ...