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I am doing our stay in Glacier National Park as one blog, instead of spreading it over three days. Our days were filled with beautiful scenery, lots of driving, sun, clouds, rain (heavy at times), at different areas to hike or take a boat ride, eating and drinking. It was a glorious time.
The first day, we went to Many Glacier Hotel and took a boat ride (on two boats and two lakes with a short trek up and down hill ...
... priest is a young guy who has recently had a shoulder replacement, and plays the guitar, no organist. He’s a good preacher and had a great message tying all three lessons up in a neat package. Afterwards there was a cookout and, while we were talking found out that Henry Blake, former treasurer of our diocese and keeper of the “Golden Eggs” (diocesan restricted funds) is a member of his parish in Livingston. I still think the “it’s ...
... and Columbia Falls, and a well timed entry
into Glacier as full campgrounds were starting to empty of
vacationers setting off on the homeward leg of their journey .
First come-first serve campgrounds have provided the greatest source
of undue stress in our travels to date. Still if we were living on
any kind of schedule it would have driven us nuts with it's constant
demands of order!
Yes, the headlining parks ...
... that a muscular man came along and carried all of them up the stairs just as Steve arrived. His timing is perfect. We walked to "town" and had a nice dinner at Serranos. I overheard a young man say, "We came all the way to Montana to have Mexican food?" Well, it was really good Mexican food so we weren't complaining. We read, played Scrabble and enjoyed the beautiful scenery from the Lodge lobby. What a great place to spend some quiet ...
... that allow you to have an open or closed ceiling throughout the trip. We will soon see why this feature is so important.
Our group (all 13 of us) met in the lobby of the lodge only to soon discover that the tour company had lost our reservation. After an hour or so a bus was procured and we were all piled into the bus ready for a scenic, information-filled tour through Glacier national Park.
Our guide Glen was very ...