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... in the cold, windy rain. We even encountered some hail. These buses usually fold the top back for a “convertible” experience. We weren’t able to do that because of the dramatic weather.
I took more pictures than I’m posting on this blog, but these are some of the highlights.
I decided to forgo driving all the way over to Many Glacier for sunrise just too far to drive. Instead, I wanted to shoot the eastern side of the park from the St Mary visitor's center. It was a nice view of the craggy mountains across a grassy wildflower meadow. Unfortunately, there wasn’t much of a sunrise. The sky was so incredibly hazy… later we’d find out the cause of the haze was smoke ...
... 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 ...
... found on the internet! He wants to do the ride and is looking at picking up a bike for the trip north. I then mentioned it to Walt Rouleau a friend from many Baja adventures. He talks to his wife Tammy and they are in. Lee has Kathy his wife convinced it will be a good time too. My wife Carolyn is all for it.
So the rough itinerary we have worked on to this point where we are starting the first day goes like this. Lee trailers his newly ...
Where’s Chuck Today? Glacier National Park
Rise and shine and prepare
to take the “Road to the Sun” to its end.
We did not have anything specific planned except to enjoy the beautiful
drive and take a few short hikes. We
made it to Logan’s pass where we had gone the previous day and then continued
on to West Glacier. The road ...