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... Brewery, through Kalispell to see The Cowboy Peeping, an interesting piece of street art, on the a ski town called Whitefish to visit The Great Northern Brewery and back to Bigfork for excellent pizza
Sunday and Monday: Packed up and headed along Hwy 35 to Missoula. Catalyst cafe was our venue for a great brunch. This town is very lovely and just welcoming back the uni students after summer break. After our meal, we walked to the ...
McDonald Lake is the largest lake in the park. It was named after a guy named McDonald who camped out there once (before it was a Nat Park), and carved “McDonald” in a tree trunk. People started referring to the lake at McDonald Lake, and the name stuck.
So far, looks sunny, right? Well, it wasn’t long before ...
... tourist gift shop like all the others.
Our last night in Glacier was pretty mellow we all went to bed early, I think we are all a bit travel weary.
Wednesday 21 August 2013
We stopped at the Glacier Lodge which was stunning again with spectactular views of mountains from a lake shore and had many of the Red Buses AKA Jammers waiting to take tourists on the Going to The Sun road. Zach loved the giant Teepee they had on the main grounds. Next stop Spokane ...
... there always seems to be a mountain range in the distance. My dad always said the park was one of the most beautiful places on earth, so it is on this year’s itinerary. We drove the scenic route, up through the Little Belt Mountains on Monday which have their own beauty, and into East Glacier about mid-afternoon Tuesday. We had been encouraged to stay in West Glacier, so we drove on around the southern end of the park. Part way along we saw a black bear up on ...
... 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 ...