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... patio is just breath taking. Maybe someday Paul and I will be able to stay there. (I think the list of fun hotels that I want to stay at is growing very large!) Paul's dad remembers visiting this Lodge over 50 years ago when he was in this area. He still fondly remembers a picture that he took here.
Podcast- One special thing that this National Park did for this road is that they made podcasts ...
... Georgia’ by the Charlie Daniels Band – check it out, it is kind of fab…especially when road tripping...not quite as good as Tom Petty’s ‘Free Falling’ (we have had many days driving and sing-alongs with that one – thinking that we sound awesome of course!)
We had really lovely neighbours at this campground in Big Fork, Montana - an artist and aroma therapist, who gave me fab aroma therapy oils and some ...
... such mature, lush and green forests. All the water in the Park comes from melting glaciers and it is the most beautiful aqua blue - almost like you would see in the Caribbean. Scientists are not exactly sure what makes the color so aqua, but it has something to do with the minerals in the water. Whatever the reason, it is beautiful to see.
One of our favorite places was called Wild Goose Island. It is a very small island ...
... I more lovingly prefer to refer to this as the “Chris tricked me” hike:) ...guess that’s what happens when one ditches the planning committee for a few extra minutes of sleep. Anyways, what was suppose to be a leisurely leg loosening hike (after our previous day’s 16 miler) turned into a: “Seven mile...one steep climb to a breath taking vista...mud traipsing...bare-legged shrub brushed...oops, we got turned around on ...
... the "grass camping park"" (yes I realize I just used double quotation marks and now brackets… whatever. They don't pay me for grammar.)
RVs were backed shoulder to shoulder on asphalt pads. The "Grass camping park" was a mulched area that geometrically could not fit another RV so they had tent campers set up wherever they could find a space. We basically camped along side twenty ...