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... was a camping area the kids had stayed at previously and a great photo stop.
In Polson, we visited The Miracle of America Museum. Gill, the founder, has collected everything from small dolls and trinkets to tanks and trucks. The museum cover about 3 acres with inside and outside displays. AMAZING is my word to explain this maze of Americana. An hour later we were back on the road. Lunch break at Westsure State Park, beer o'clock tasting at ...
... tour. We saw a lot, and it was nice having the commentary from the driver. We started at the lodge and continued onto Marias Pass, Lake McDonald Valley, Going-to-the-Sun Road, Logan Pass, and St. Mary Valley.
We stopped at many places along the way.
We stopped for lunch at McDonald Lodge.
... the hike apparently. He definitely earned it.
We stayed at Rising Sun campground and drove past a bear near the side of the road on the way there. Awesome bear spotting country here.
That night Chris heard some rustling in the forest right near the campsite and sure enough a black bear was eating berries about 5m away from the campground and a tent spot that had been closed due to bear activity in the area and in fact all tents were banned from the campground due to ...
... required in the butchering of the buffalo.
Over the 1000’s of years this was done, over 30feet of bones was
accumulated at the bottom of the cliff.
Like other Canadian historical sites we have seen this one was also done
very nicely and could be better described as elaborate consisting of a six
stories of building which was built right into the cliff with elevators ...
... 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 ...