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"Recent bear incidents at the Rising Sun Campground, located on the east of the park, have prompted the temporary closure of the campground. Early Monday morning the upper loop of the campground was closed, and the lower loop was only open to hard-sided camping. As of Tuesday, August 6, the entire campground will be closed to all camping. ...
... of a state trooper looking for an escape convict. I've seen enough Most Dangerous Moments to know what the outcome is with a collision between a two-ton truck and a couple hundred pounds of nothing but trotting muscle - ha!
Last night, with 60 miles to go until Kalispell, I startled a deer on a dirt embankment as I was rounding a switchback on MT-83. It half-startled me I will admit, but I was ...
... so Zaya could get her special patch and her Jr. Ranger badge. We then started on Going to the Sun, looking for the perfect hiking spot.
Zaya didn’t want to do a hike to the St Mary waterfalls so we drove looking for a place with an inviting trail. We found one that followed a stream. We found a picnic spot along the stream and unpacked our lunch. We’d brought wine but then just wanted water; ...
... Sun road. We saw that Apgar, on the SW corner, had a Visitors Center where there were pelts, skulls, and other things on display to touch. Also, there were kids’ ranger programs which Zaya needed to complete her Jr. Ranger.
The Road to the Sun is amazing with beautiful mountain peaks, wildflowers, lakes, glaciers, weeping wall, lots of waterfalls and a few wild animals. We stopped and saw a bear on the hill, then stopped for the circus on the top ...
It was time to say goodbye Wyoming and hello Montana! From one cowboy state to another – yee ha!!
During our drive north towards Glacier National Park, we passed within only a few miles from a place where Ness worked nine years ago as a cowgirl, called Lonesome Spur Ranch. Well we couldn't pass without popping in to say hello could we?!!
Ness remembers the Ranch fondly and after showing me ...