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Many Glacier is an area in the northeast part of Glacier National Park. Five years ago we stayed at the Many Glacier Lodge, an historic hotel which sits on Swift Current Lake and was built in 1915 by the Great Northern Railroad. This time the hotel was booked but we visited the area anyway and took the Apikuni trail to the Apikuni Falls.
My photos for the day show these areas.
... br> The miles through Montana are long and often without anything visually interesting. I saw this Stop Meth Barn on the side of the road in the middle of nowhere and though it was interesting enough. Apparently since Montana is ranked the 4th largest land area and 44th in population, there are big problems with meth cooking/using/distributing. Thirty some odd miles of land outside of the east side of GNP is in land owned by the Blackfeet ...
... in the river or on vegetation. Usually we empty it into our gray water collection and dispose appropriately at a dump station, or sometimes in a vault toilet, or on gravel if we are parked on a road. We enjoyed our short time here, the sound of the wild river lulling us to sleep. In the morning I just had to get back on the trail for one more hike. This one led me on a ridge right along the river about midway up the canyon. Looking down or looking up, beautiful sights. ...
... when we go there a storm was coming in. We only stayed for a few minutes and then headed back to camp.
I must have been tired because I fell asleep on the way, something that VERY rarely happens. Then got back and went to bed for another several hours. Mike made me dinner, I ate it and went back to bed. Hmm...maybe fighting a bug I didn't know I had???
Tomorrow is a domestic day. Just cleaning up Klyed and the Jeep, doing laundry, etc. ...
... the front of the boat braving the wind and rain though to get descent pictures of the mountains and glaciers. Zach liked throwing rocks into the lake before during and after the tour.
We drove about 35 miles to Two Medicine Lake and the campground there were we were booked in. It was a very rough road luckily Zach was asleep for most of it.
It was quite windy so I managed to find the cheap kite I had bought for the trip from Kathmandu. Zach was super excited to fly ...
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20987 US Highway 2, East Glacier Park | Campgroundfrom $85