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... We drove the entire length of the Going to the Sun Road with stops to do some of the shorter hikes on the road - the cedars, Hidden Lake, and St Marys falls. Wildlife abounded - we saw marmots, ground squirrels, bighorn sheep, mountain goats, and even a rare wolverine! I showed a picture to the ranger and she was very jealous - in 10 years as a ranger she had only seen one once from a distance. We camped at the very windy St. Mary campground this night.
... I will try to make notes and play catch up when we get back to a point where we can communicate. In the meantime, enjoy today's pictures (and hopefully videos if I can get them to upload). If I can't get the videos up, there again I will try to do so when I get better service and then will resend the same post and notify you that videos have been loaded. We drove 11 miles today. Rode 60 miles on the Red Bus. PS...Happy Birthday Larry ...
... and we got up early, had a nice breakfast and off we headed to Glacier National Park. As soon as we entered the park, we were greeted by a Momma deer and her two fowls. The park is enormous and today we are doing the "Going to the Sun Road". McDonald Lake was the first of many many lakes we came across within the park. The park if full of lakes and waterfalls as you pass along the road, but there are also ...
... Montana. Joe went on to a distinguished career, returning to his Salish Kootenai Indian tribe to start the Salish Kootenai College. The school now enrolls 1200 students, both Indian and non-Indian people.
We then drove to West Glacier to stay at the Silverwolf Log Chalet, a neat little resort near Glacier National Park.
... than any other way in the park. I wouldn't even go close to the edge of the boardwalk! We were met with currents of hot air as we came down off of the mountains. I was glad to get out of the heat, load the bike, and move on to Canada.
At the border, a tall Kevlar-clad guard inspected our camper and Buddy's weapon. A very nice young man. He charged us $25 and let us go. Again we drove through farmland ...
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