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Drove 170 miles northwest on route 89 to St Mary. Last 80 miles were on Blackfeet Reservation. From St Mary continued north on route 89 to hamlet of Babb and then west on unnamed road to Many Glacier region of the park. Got to Glacier about 12:30 pm.
Usually windy in eastern part of the park but unusually strong winds this weekend. Sustained winds 30 - 35 with gusts up to 60. Feels like the summit of Everest and ...
... 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. ...
... At dinner we read the poem "I Am a Christian" (http://carolwimmer.com/) and reflected on our relationship with our Lord. As we reflected on our day we remembered seeing a herd of cows eating on the these beautiful hills with the green, green grass, and the verse from Psalms 50:10 came to mind----"For all the animals of the forest are mine, and I own the cattle on a thousand hills."
... at the top of the mountain pass: standing there in the biting wind and cold rain, we realised that packing mainly shorts and vests was probably a mistake.
We finally made it to the KOA campground on the western edge of the park. John, Rachel and I managed to cook fajitas for the group before the heavens opened again. Luckily, this KOA was equipped with an enormous hot tub. It’s not difficult to guess where we spent the entire ...
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US Highway 2 East, East Glacier Park | Campgroundfrom $85