Marina Cay Resort and Conference Center
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... raincoats so we could still get out at pull-over stops and see the sights. We stayed on our route and it was still beautiful. It did effect the quality of the pictures we could take because of the clouds. Within about an hour the rain stopped and got sunny again. We saw the Jackson Glacier which was beautiful. That's the only glacier we saw. There are about 25 left in the park but mostly in remote areas. There were 150 glaciers in 1850. They are predicting ...
... because I had to keep my eye on the narrow road. And the boys? They just slept. However when they woke up they were blown away! Friday we take the exact same trip on the 1940s Red Bus Tour. Didn't know that it was the same until we talked to a bus driver on at Logan's Pass. The good thing is, I won't have to drive! ...
Today was one of the best days I can remember! Got up early and caught a shower before the bathroom got crazy, got dressed, prayed, and headed out. First stop: coffee! Second stop: Logan Pass, the location that eluded me on Tuesday. First wonderful surprise: no construction on the GTTS Road today! That made the drive easy and got me to Logan Pass 20 minutes sooner than I planned. Second wonderful surprise: got there so ...
We decided to explore the southeast side of Glacier today. Tired of cereal for breakfast, I declared we would have the buffet breakfast at the Glacier Park Lodge in East Glacier. It is about an hours drive from our campground. We got there about 930am. the buffet was excellent. Riley's eyes were way bigger than his stomach. Lewyn declared that he can eat more even when he is full, so he did manage to clear ...
... and painting, and most importantly to live purposefully with a little reckless abandon. Sometimes it takes a jolt like a health issue or a financial crisis to realize what’s important, not the least of which is friends and family, and even though our plan has been dubbed somewhat crazy or maybe just a midlife crisis, so be it – we’re outta here!