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... and I hung out by the waterfall out back to research rafting options and Heather showered. Then we all went to dinner at Haskell's which is next door and was absolutely excellent. I had a Steelhead Trout Ceasar and a cup of Steelhead Chowder and both were excellent.
After that we got ice cream at Sweet Peaks in Whitefish, which was recommended by Lisa McDonald.
We then came back to the lodge and played some cards before going to bed around 10.
Hugh Monroe was tall, with broad shoulders and a thick, dark beard. He had hands made strong through constant work. He was a northern fur trapper and he was hopeful that reaching out to the native tribe, the Blackfeet, he could avoid the conflicts he had seen other white trappers have as native and white interests overlapped.
Months later, having integrated into the tribe the way few white men had been able, Hugh found that his motives had broadened. ...
... shadows were, at first glance, bears. Then I drove the Going-to-the-Sun Road in Glacier National Park.
My objective was so simply drive it: one of the most popular mountain drives in the world. No stopping, no photos, just me and the road and the views. Early on, I had to zigzag through a cluster of autos haphazardly pulled over to view moose in the creek that runs alongside the road. A big bull moose with antlers ...
... a restored railway car serving food for over 80 years and it's been a winner of best breakfast for the last 10 years (the Six Dollar Hot Cakes reminded me of my Gran's homemade pancakes). The famed Riverfront area was built for the World Expo in 1974 and to be honest it was showing its age. It was a bit of let down but Cameron loved the 100 year old carousel, the playground and the gondola ride over the (small) waterfalls.
Next stop Seattle!
... bumpy in spots, but not too bad – we’ve been on worse! The worst was the scratches on the Sequoia from bushes incurred when passing oncoming traffic of which there was a fair amount.
We found a nice campground and set everything up, and then had a late lunch. The sky is completely cloudy today, so we decided to skip going to Kintla since photos would not be that great. Instead, we spent our ...