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Travel Blogs from Whitefish
Wake up before 6 and everything is pretty wet but the pack in the bear food storage locker stayed nice and dry!
I slept we'll and was thankful for the warm clothing even though it was wet in the tent
Took a shower and put on clean clothes
Came back and began to take the tent down and let it dry. Ha!
Went to restaurant and ate a big breakfast
Saw Ali, works as a waitress, (the church leader on Sunday) and thanked her for leading and sharing so openly
Came back ...
... for themselves. We were fascinated by the clouds that hung around the tops of the mountains and looked like cotton blankets laid over the tops with wispy edges. We crossed the Continental Divide at Logan Pass, elevation 6,634 ft. From Logan Pass we headed out of the park and into Browning on the Blackfoot Indian Reservation and from there, a couple of hours drive south to Helena, Montana.
... nothing. Nothing better than seeing the person you love absolutely loving life. I have contacted a few friends in Canmore to let them know we should be there next week, it will be so great to catch up with my Canadian family while we are here. Showing Matt all my favorite spots in Canada. How sweet the border crossing will be, after the troubles we have had, given the chance we may not have made it. Hopefully they let us in. Home away from home. ...
After driving across Montana and stopping in both Great Falls and Browning briefly, I slept in my car and woke up just before sunrise and drive into Glacier National park.
As soon as I arrived I knew I liked it. As soon as you drive onto the road of the sun you immediately are overtaken by how ominous, lush, and huge everything that surrounds you is.
I hopped out and walked over to the side of the road where several people quietly stood watching ...
... Road. It was immediately clear that Glacier is much more rugged terrain with less open spaces than Yellowstone. The drive was remarkable with postcard views at every turn. We didn’t see much wildlife along the way, but with the heavy woods in the valley and the winding steep roads as it winds up the mountains it really wasn’t surprising. We made it to the Swift Current Motor Inn for two nights on the east side of the park and took a tough ...