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Travel Blogs from Glacier National Park
We spent the morning checking out Bozeman Montana and trying to get the vibe of the town. We had an awesome breakfast on the main street at a place called Main St Overeasy, voted the best breakfast spot in town. Zach was very happy to eat Mickey Mouse pancakes and I loved my Bison Sausage.
Next we went to the local Co-Op grocery store, …
Blossom send some sunshine down my way.
Seems my dreams are frozen.
Melt my cares away.
Blossom - James Taylor
Actually the day was filled with lots of sun. A sunny bright day with temperatures in the 80's. Nights are in the 40’s and days are in the 80’s now. It doesn’t feel hot at all. As you …
What doesn't kill you makes you stronger
Stand a little taller
It doesn’t mean I’m lonely when I’m alone.
- Kelly Clarkson
We changed campgrounds today and it is nice to be back in the National Park. The other campground was fine but not only were we about 20 minutes from the Visitor Center but we were also …
The day that we arrived at Glacier, the weather was great. We also found out that we could only drive our motor home so far up the Going to the Sun Highway so we purchased tickets to take one of the Red Tour buses up. (After Ken saw what the road was like, he was glad someone else was driving.) It was raining the next morning (off and on) and they …
We left Washington, and traveled briefly through the top section of Idaho, and into Montana. We made our way north towards the US and Canadian border, to Glacier National Park. We arrived in the late afternoon. We noticed that it was hazy from the surrounding wildfires, and hoped that it would clear up so we would be able to see the beautiful park …