Travel Blogs from Whitefish
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We made inquiries on the
east side of the park and ranger stations trying to find out where Kelly’s Camp
is located and just drew blank stares We did learn that the only private properties
within the park borders were on the west side of the park near or on McDonald
Lake. After we got to the west side of Glacier we made several inquiries and
... and snowfields in every direction,
We stopped briefly at the Logan Pass visitor centre to get our passports stamped and marvel at the fact that we were at the Continental Divide and then Chris and Zach left to go back down the way they came as it was getting close to lunchtime and we had run out of food for Zach. I did the popular 3 mile Hidden Lake Overlook trail which starts behind the visitor centre and meanders up through this stunning giant meadow filled with ...
... and certainly rest days with an agenda are welcome, but I am not comfortable sitting idle in unfamiliar territory. The beach, bars, and restaurants today were wonderful, but I couldn't help thinking of bringing people back here to enjoy them with me. But these are not productive thoughts, and they benefit no one, least of all myself. I am, after all, enjoying funemployment.. Fortine MT > Whitefish MT, 38 miles, day ...
... there we hung out outside and Abby and I played soccer. We then had dinner, with giant skewers we roasted hotdogs over a fire my dad and I made, and had s'mores. It was a great experience! Then a boy by the name of Benjamin came over to Abby and I and introduced himself. He was the RV park owner's grandson. He was very polite. We played and played ...
... rocks and see Moses himself there with a tablet for me. On this tablet would be carved three new commandments for the 21st century. This Moses realized that the texting generation always wants the cliff notes! The new commandments went something like this.
1. Don't be a Dick!
2. Think for Yourself!
3. Love All
Again, despite my belief in this scenario, it never came to pass. The third scenario was also biblical in nature. Along our route were ...