Somers Bay Log Cabin Lodging
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Wow! Woke up this morning and the smoke is really bad. We arrived at the tour bus around 10:15. So the Bus is a 1937 White but was refurbished by Ford. These busses are in great shape and look cool. The tour itself was very informative! Much more so than just driving the road. We learned about Glaciers, avalanches, the fires, names of mountains, the bus itself,wildlife, Indians and some ...
Today we continued our westerly progress. Since our planed drive today was relatively short, we took our time and got a slightly later start. Our stay at the Great Northern Inn at Havre was fun. When I looked out the window in the morning everything in the engine terminal had changed. They must have had a busy night while we slept. Our drive was again pretty much parallel with the railroad and we saw lots and lots of trains. Mostly parked ...
Monday 22nd July
Left this RV park and headed off to Glacier National Park. We didn't take the main highways but travelling through Montana on the more minor roads, took the 12, then headed north on the 141, then west on the 200, then turned right onto the 83. We travelled along by lots of lakes, Swan lake, Seeley lake, to name few on the 83 which made for a ...
... Road. At Many Glaciar we joined a walking tour with a ranger and she was able to show us a lot of observations that we would have never seen (i.e. bear scratch marks on trees, wildflowers, huckleberries). We were joined by a few others including a mother and daughter from Australia. The daughter was particularly funny because she was so into the tour that she would run around the trail picking up objects and asking the ranger what they were. On one ...
Kalispell Airport has loads of character and I immediately had the sense of being in "cowboy country". Moose heads, “Marlboro Man” type posters and timber was everywhere. I collected the keys to my rental car and went outside into the clean Montana air. I was surprised by how warm it was. Montana is the best place in the USA to learn (or refresh) how to drive on the RIGHT ...