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Let me just get this out there: I'm scared of bears. Terrified.
From an early age, we are first taught that bears are cuddly companions through teddy bears, stories and cartoons. The most prevalent from my childhood: a self-acknowledged Bear of Very Little Brain, Edward Bear (better known as Winnie-the-Pooh), is certainly nothing to fear. …
Friday July 11th – Tuesday July 15th –
(Yellowstone – Bozeman, MT - Big Fork, MT – Glacier National Park – Libby, MT)
As we left Yellowstone for our next destination Severin stated that he was not happy that he still had not seen a bear…apparently Bison, Elk etc., were just not enough …
We spent the night sleeping in the Seatac airport parking lot upon our return from Alaska and Jim heroically got up early to drive us to a tire repair center. We had been driving on one bald tire and another so bald the belts were showing! It was white knuckle driving, for sure. After 2 hours, we had new tires and ready to roll. A beautiful drive …
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, …
... Sun Road with no traffic. I unloaded my bike and told Randi I would be back in 40 minutes. My plan was to ride about 3 miles out and return. But at 3 miles the scenery was getting more spectacular at every turn. The fast moving McDonald creek was on my left and steep snow covered granite walls on my right. I could not stop. It was the most fun bike ride I have done. The road started to climb. Waterfalls were coming down next to the highway. Vistas ...Glacier National Park, Montana, United States reneltrek
Driving from Missoula should have been easy. But there was so much construction along the way, it took a lot longer than we expected. We arrived at our RV park early enough this afternoon to get to the west visitor's center at Glacier National ...Hungry Horse, Montana, United States 2jgstl
After going to bed at 9pm the night before Madeline got 9 hours of sleep and Sigrid got 11 hours of sleep which allowed us to be well rested and ready for another beautiful day in Glacier. Because the Going to the Sun road was only open for about 17 miles we had to exit the park through the west entrance and drive around the park on highway 2. Highway 2 was absolutely beautiful but after we got off highway 2 ...Glacier National Park, Montana, United States siggymadda09
June 15, 2009 Sitting at a picnic table writing on my laptop seems incongruous, but I long to share this experience with all my friends. So in between long wide open spaces with no cell phone let alone WI-Fi, I am journaling/ blogging my way through Idaho and Montana. First of all I have to say that when God made Idaho He didn't leave any good stuff for Nevada. Idaho is so green and lush and mountainous and ...Bigfork, Montana, United States reneltrek