Somers Bay Log Cabin Lodging
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... Prairie dogs play in the front yard. Fun to watch. Driving to our hotel in Missoula was a scenic drive too. There is a huge Flathead Lake that is surrounded by mountains. We went through a nearby town call Kalispell. Grandma & Grandpa Spurgeon camped here years ago for 2 weeks when Uncle Jimmy was stationed here in the air force (circa 1963). It is beautiful country! Dad says he wished they had bought a lake front lot back then. It is beautifully developed ...
... skies. See the photo of Bowman Lake. You can imagine what it looks like under the right light.
We then drove farther north to Kintla Lake and encountered the same conditions but I took one photo I somewhat liked of the lake with the rocks in the foreground and the mountains behind.
The last photo is of a very small flower, about the size of a dime.
What an amazing culmination to a wonderful tour. After meeting many cyclists who had ridden the Going to the Sun Rd. to Logan's Pass 6,646 ft. I decided that to get this far and not finish at the Visitors Center there would be silly. Yesterday Josh and I were introduced to John Bauer an semi-retired Hedge Fund Manager who has toured extensively. John had ridden the road yesterday from St. Mary's so he decided to join us to experience the climb from the ...
... pick up Junior Ranger books and then took the shuttle bus up to Avalanche to walk off the pancakes. We are too big to drive the Going-to-the-Sun road in a 28ft RV so we will need to take the shuttle to get across tomorrow. From the Avalanche trailhead we walked up a crystal blue (and very fast) river, past massive cedar trees and up about 500ft in elevation to the stunning Avalanche Lake at the top. The children found it ...
... it and scarred it away. Once on the otherwise of the park, we stopped and ate burgers at a hole in the wall place and had a slice of pie for desert. Afterward, we took a couple of mini hikes just off of the going to the sun road. Then we went to the rising sun campground and set up our tent. The rest of the day we hung around the tent, cooked dinner, and went to ...