Somers Bay Log Cabin Lodging
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... on the “cliff side” of the truck going up the mountain... well suffice it to say that she did not spend the trip admiring the scenery! Imagine - fetal position, laying down in a bucket seat and constant muttering. Our next trip to Logan Pass was on the free shuttle that is offered. For some reason, Casey seemed to be much more relaxed in the 12 passenger van.
We arise the next day to the news that the Montana department of environmental quality has set ...
... br> Our place is absolutely charming. It's had the same owner for 51 years and everything inside is just about that old. The house oozes vintage charm everywhere you turn. The fact that it's been added on to makes the floor plan rather akin to a maze, but our "room" was easy to find. We're literally staying in the back of the house on a second -floor deck. When the shutters are up, the whole back yard, the forest and that big Montana sky are right there. ...
... Three Arches. Totally awesome! The trail took us 1 hour to get there and we saw mountain goats, one with a mother its cub as well as some groupers (they look like squirrels) and make a high pitch sound. It can get quite cold up in Logan Pass. It was about 10 deg but the tracking did cause me to perspire bec of the uphill climb. Was quite hungry when we got down. Got back to the car at 5:15pm and we back-tracked to the West Entrance and then onto Colombia Falls ...
... We drove the entire length of the Going to the Sun Road with stops to do some of the shorter hikes on the road - the cedars, Hidden Lake, and St Marys falls. Wildlife abounded - we saw marmots, ground squirrels, bighorn sheep, mountain goats, and even a rare wolverine! I showed a picture to the ranger and she was very jealous - in 10 years as a ranger she had only seen one once from a distance. We camped at the very windy St. Mary campground this night.
It is such a spectacular drive, we once again drove to Logan Pass on the Going to the Sun Highway. We hoped to see bears, mountain lions, and mountain goats, but instead we spent an entertaining hour photographing Columbian ground squirrels and marmots. So I hope you enjoy this selection of photos.