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... looked for this Grizzly, while at the same time being thankful that it didn't suddenly appear on the trail. We did, however, find some fresh Grizzly poo on the trail. This father son duo accompanied us for a few miles before falling behind us, leaving Stebbs and I to finish out the trail alone, coming into the parking lot thankful for the opportunity to yet again see something quite amazing, but definitely with sore feet, ready for a meal and some good ...
... We can also plug the laptop and battery chargers for the cameras into an AC socket so there is no need to leave things charging in toilet blocks as we have done in the past. All cars need one of these I think.
Anyway we plugged along and after 8 hours we finally reached Whitefish where we set up camp in a picturesque spot on a lake. It was then we discovered that trains went by every hour and sounded like they ...
Where’s Chuck Today? Glacier National Park
Up at 6:30 and off to the
Glacier NP St Mary’s visitor center to catch the bus to Logan Pass which is the
highest point on the “Road to the Sun” and the continental divide at 7700
feet. I decided that we should hike to
the Hidden Lake Lookout, 1.5miles from the bus dropoff. ...
... to the Rising Sun boat ramp and I rode my bike up 1 mile to the Wild Goose Island Lookout to get a sunset shot from probably the most famous photo lookout in the park.
The sunset shot didn’t really work out as planned but I still got some nice photos from there and Zach enjoyed riding his bike around the deserted carpark with Chris while they waited and he even did his first mountain bike ride down some trails. I’m told Zach did some good moves and had a natural ...
... famous "Going to the Sun Road" was snowed in and only the first 14 miles on the west end of the 53 mile road was drivable. We did take a nice hike on the "Trail of Cedars" trail and explore up to the Northwest entrance by Motorcycle. Many of the shops and all the Lodges and Restaurant's won't open till early June. We walked around the grounds of the historic McDonald Lodge and ...