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Travel Blogs from Whitefish
... of the lake where a
forest fire in 2006 consumed over 35,000 acres of forest, with 16,000 being on
park property and the balance on the Blackfoot
A good day but we are all
tired and grumpy. A delicious meal
prepared by Chef David put us in a better mood.
Tomorrow the plan is to drive the “Road to the Sun” all the way to its
end on the west side of the park and Lake ...
... while Chris and Zach went to St Mary’s town to get coffee but there were signs everywhere saying it was Grizzly country and I just didn’t want to hike it alone especially at peak bear activity time, 8:30am and with no bear spray. I chickened out.
Chris picked me up and we headed to the dock to buy tickets to do a boat cruise on the Saint Mary Lake. It was a 1 hour cruise on a small boat and was very good. The guide was very funny and informative. We had to go ...
... truly not much to see, anyone who is familiar with his work (not I) will say so. Even so, the fact that it is here shows that the city could handle ultra-modernism as well back in the day as today. He put it here for a reason. These are the thoughts that plague me wandering the city alone. A travel partner would certainly be nice; I think that's why I haven't taken days off, and don't really intend to. I can take ...
... On the way back we saw a mountain goat right by the path! Zach and Elise also tried to see some bighorn sheep through binoculars that some people let them borrow. They couldn’t see them. Beth thought she saw them, but they were very far away. She snapped a few pictures and when zoomed in, is able to see them! The bighorn sheep was the only animal that we still really wanted to find. It wasn’t the best view, but I guess you could ...
... crossing just south of Fernie), and stopped in Whitefish, Montana for groceries, and wifi. Eli kept calling this town; "whitebait". Then we headed out of town and into Glacier National Park where we will spend two nights. We must be getting the hang of this camping thing by now as we had the tent pitched and camp fully organized in less than 20 minutes and hardly a word needed to be spoken. Tomorrow we will drive through the park on the well known "Going to the Sun ...