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... there was a carousel. Wen was in her element and really enjoyed the ride on one of the hand carved horses.
From Missoula, we headed east towards Great Falls across some really lovely rolling grasslands with cattle ranches and horse studs. Interesting names like Utmost, Paws Up, Smiling Gulch and Dear Born Ranch. A lovely drive. Big Sky Montanna, the states official moto, is certainly true.
We ere on our way to Fort Benton for ...
... in the cold, windy rain. We even encountered some hail. These buses usually fold the top back for a “convertible” experience. We weren’t able to do that because of the dramatic weather.
I took more pictures than I’m posting on this blog, but these are some of the highlights.
... the two lakes). We saw three mountain goats way up high on the steep cliffs over the lake. Next, we drove up to Waterton Lakes National Park in Alberta, Canada.
There, we saw the beautiful Canadian Rockies, the Prince of Wales Hotel, and the Waterton Village and Lake. It was raining for awhile while we were there, but the scenery was glorious.
We left Canada and came back into the US and drove down to ...
... at the side of the road checking out the traffic. We were well past by the time I stopped and I wasn’t going to get out and walk back (proper bear etiquette, you know), so I continued on until I found a wide enough spot to turn around. By the time I got back there were half a dozen cars stopped and the bear was no longer interested and had wandered off. We continued on, pulled into the Glacier Campground and got settled.
Now, each time I ...
... the Apgar Visitors center, and decided on the campground there.
It was a pretty large campground and after circling, we decided on campsite number C134. Once camp was set up, Gabe was dying to go fishing. So we went to the camp store, and got a couple essentials, including two beers, and then drove down past the campground to Lake McDonald where Gabe fished for about an hour. Once he determined the fish weren't bitting, ...