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Travel Blogs from Glacier National Park
... so far away on this absolutely joyful day, we brought them with us in our hearts with every step of our hike and our happiness for them kept smiles glued to our faces all day long...
A quick stop in Missoula for our first night in a bed in almost a month. We spent a rainy day wrestling with a big load of laundry, catching up on correspondence, and enjoying a wonderful dinner with Dan's college friend, ...
... on the way down. Also saw some sort of rodent-like mammal (keep forgetting to look up the name) which was kind enough to pose for me. And of course chipmunks everywhere (professional courtesy?) – nearly stepped on one, which would have been so uncool.
After the hike I went to the Many Glacier Lodge to look around and have a late lunch/early dinner. The lodge is a cool old building – it’s a grand hotel ...
... m not sure words will do this scenery justice anyway. (Seriously, how do you describe the color of the water in the lakes fed by the glaciers? I could go on….) So I’ll just post a bunch of pictures each day and you can see that way. You really need to get here and see it yourself, though.
The rangers at this park are wonderful. Even the woman who told me I couldn’t camp here yesterday ...
... still sad. Some homes and businesses had boarded windows. The town was poorer than most we had seen. We had left the mountain area of Montana and were quickly reminded that most of the state is flatland.
We continued on to Babbs on the east mid-section of Glacier where we had one final connection. A quick call to Verizon and the effect was immediate. We were officially cut off. Katie had been trying to reach a friend all day and was literally on ...
Saturday 17 August 2013
The number one thing to do in Glacier National Park is the National Historic Landmark and a Historic Civil Engineering Landmark 53 mile (85 km) 2 lane ‘Going-to-the-Sun’ Road. It is an absolutely awe inspiring, breathtaking scenic narrow drive through the mountains and is the only road that crosses the park going over the Continental Divide at Logan Pass. It was completed in 1932. A fleet of 1930s red tour buses called "jammers" ...
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