Glacier Outdoor Center Cabins
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... when Juris suddenly went grey after realising he had left their passports in their bedside drawer back in Bigfork. Only one alternative. We drove back to Missoula for the night then next day on to pick up the passports in Bigfork and the back through Glacier to Cutbank, Shelby, Havre, Harlem, north to the border where we re entered Canada. Headed north through Climax (please come again) then north east through Shaunavon ( best water in Canada), ...
... 500 feet (150 m) of the road per day. Just to put some perspective the earliest the Road could be accessible for its entire length this year was June 20, 2014!
The views were something to remember and was well worth it as you can see from the video and pictures.
For those of you that like the movie trivia the following are some ...
... for the Red Bus half day tour starting at 10:30 and therefore we won't have to be in a big rush to get moving. We have reservations here for tomorrow night also with an option for Friday night. We are not sure we will stay Friday night as we are still pondering our next move. We are thinking we may go to Banff, British Columbia, Canada but not sure of that as of yet. We drove a hugely monumental amount of miles today...39!! ...
... saw along the way, one of our favorite things was watching the boys have snowball fights in July!!! Not only was there still snow on the mountain tops, but also along the side of the road that hadn't melted yet due to the high elevation. We stopped at "Lunch Creek" to eat lunch, and then the boys hiked along and in the creek.
After a long day and being somewhat "elevation sick," we enjoyed a nice dinner at the haunted Belton Chalet.
... a really funny Sienfield episode that mimics this scenario). We stopped at the oldest Chalet in town for a cocktail then went back to camp and cooked up Bratwurst. It's been really smoky here from the fires. It is really bad this evening. Tomorrow we take the trip on the Red Bus Tour up the Going to the Sun road again. I'm not expecting to see much because of the smoke. Oh well...It will be fun for us and I don't have to ...