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... and Moose Jaw then on to Regina. We spent about 12 hours on the road and made it to Regina around 7.00 pm on monday.
All the jokes about how flat the country is here are all true but it is really nice country and lots of lakes and wetlands.
We have settled in here for 2 weeks.
Lots of good things to report on in our next blog entry.
Cheers for now
Jeff and Wendy.
Drove 170 miles northwest on route 89 to St Mary. Last 80 miles were on Blackfeet Reservation. From St Mary continued north on route 89 to hamlet of Babb and then west on unnamed road to Many Glacier region of the park. Got to Glacier about 12:30 pm.
Usually windy in eastern part of the park but unusually strong winds this weekend. Sustained winds 30 - 35 with gusts up to 60. Feels like the summit of Everest and ...
... with Stephen Colbert’s ‘Americone Dream’ Ben & Jerry’s ice cream while I had a slice of their Pecan Pie which was incredible.
Chris kicks my ass once again at Skipbo and then we saw and heard an owl high up in the tree before heading off to bed.
Tuesday 20 August 2013
In the morning I tried to do the 3.2 km ( 2 mile ) Beaver Pond Loop trail to maybe see an actual Beaver which was the only iconic American wildlife creature we ...
I stayed in Big Timber for a few extra days. I went to the Campground and Trout Ranch Office to see if I could extend for a day, and was told if I extended for two, I could have a third free. Being the thrifty guy I am I took the offer and spent the time looking around- up a canyon of the Crazy Mountains, down south toward McLeod, and so on. I'm hooked on the Longmire series after having met the author, and spent some time reading… have finished the first ...
... impressive none the less. The snow is still pretty thick up on the mountains and at the Logan Pass. The Going to the Sun Road only opened one week ago, so we lucked out there!
Oh, and one more sign: We went to a meat marked called:
PERFECT CUTS - We'll Meat All Your Needs! Apparently people in Montana have lots of time in the winter to think up these clever sayings!!
Enjoy Glacier National Park!