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... annual buffalo hunt that the tribe undertook. www.history.alberta.ca/headsmashedin
Nearly at the border, we stopped in Cardston for a different quick bite. The local junior ice hockey club was fundraising with a roadside "burger sizzle". Had to stop to show our Aussie support. The locals were happily surprised to have some outside support and the burgers were great.
Not long after crossing into Montana, the WOW views of the ...
... Berenstain Bears, gummy bears and you've got potentially delusional children. Then, growing up, there was a tv show Grizzly Adams, the story of a mountain man with a best-friend bear. Watch the introduction here for the backstory. And who is that storyteller? Only Uncle Jesse, the most trustworthy man in tv history.
But Renee, you say, kids understand that cartoons and television aren't real. And just to be sure, ...
After driving through 2 beautiful states (Washington and Idaho) we arrived finally in Montana. The drive along the Colombia River from Portland was fantastic, the sheer size of the river was astounding. I was reading a book kindly given to me by Leon and Debs entitled Undaunted Courage, all about the Lewis and Clark Trail, and seeing the mouth of this river, that they canoed down brought home to me the amazing journey they made. I ...
... of the lake. The second bear was on a hiking trail and our guide had to yell across and warn some approaching hikers. The bear then decided to go for a swim down in the lake, good luck for the hikers! Yellowstone had its yellow old fashioned open air touring vehicles, and Patrick was excited to see the Glacier version, the bright red "jammer" named for what you have to do to the gears to get the vehicle up Glacier's super steep Going to the Sun ...
... and right on to the road. Cars can drive right through the waterfalls. Since it was late summer when we came, the water was more of a trickle, and so the wall looked like it was weeping more than waterfalls. Thus how the wall got its name.
Big Bend- This was a very beautiful spot to stop and see the view. I made my peanut butter and jelly sandwich here and soaked it all in! What a great place to ...
Other places to stay in Glacier National Park
Apgar Village, Glacier National Park | Campgroundfrom $15