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... greatest we have ever used (Lora, you would not have used it!!) but it got the job done, for which we were thankful. After we finished with the clothes it was lunch time so we went back down the street a block or so to eat at The Huckleberry Patch. Ol Grizzley, we had a pulled pork sandwich with huckleberry barbecue sauce (delicious) and we split a small slice of (what else) huckleberry pie with a small scoop of huckleberry ice cream! ...
We decided to take it easy today. We slept in, had a nice big breakfast then enjoyed another fun whitewater raft trip. Dane and Ian were both leads on the boat this time! They did great! We saw great scenery and got wet which was nice as it was a hot day. We got back to camp and of course boys went swimming in the pool. Colleen and I drove into town for supplies mainly for a toothbrush because hers fell in the toilet LOL! ...
In 1994, I made the first of two trips to GNP. This trip was with the two kids and husband. It is a long drive from Arkansas to GNP so we broke the drive up into a about 3 1/2 days.
On the way, we stopped at the Custer Battlefield in Montana and spent a couple of hours there.
This is a very interesting place and learned a lot about the battle.
The first week of our stay, we stayed on the east side of Glacier National Park in the area around ...
... up the soaking wet tent and reluctantly left my campsite
A scare on the shuttle I and two new friends Marianne and Eileen who had taken the train, too, had been the first waiting for the shuttle, but we were in the slightly wrong place suddenly a group of about ten hikers with backpacks appeared and beat us on the shuttle. Fortunately we squeezed in because the next shuttle would have been late in the afternoon and the connection would have been too close for comfort
What an amazing culmination to a wonderful tour. After meeting many cyclists who had ridden the Going to the Sun Rd. to Logan's Pass 6,646 ft. I decided that to get this far and not finish at the Visitors Center there would be silly. Yesterday Josh and I were introduced to John Bauer an semi-retired Hedge Fund Manager who has toured extensively. John had ridden the road yesterday from St. Mary's so he decided to join us to experience the climb from the ...
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