HI Brownies East Glacier Park
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Waking up is a beautiful thing in life. Waking up to this day is what makes life so beautiful. I started my day just like every other day. With a basic routine I would follow daily. Today was not like the other days because today is a new day. It is my last park I'm going to visit on my trip. So this park will touch my heart more than the other parks, knowing this is my final park. I had to ...
... annual buffalo hunt that the tribe undertook. www.history.alberta.ca/headsmashedin
Nearly at the border, we stopped in Cardston for a different quick bite. The local junior ice hockey club was fundraising with a roadside "burger sizzle". Had to stop to show our Aussie support. The locals were happily surprised to have some outside support and the burgers were great.
Not long after crossing into Montana, the WOW views of the ...
... flat farmland, but they also fit just perfectly on the horizon. The campsite I had chosen to stay in was about 30 miles into the park, and so I got to see some of the Mountains and scenery as the sun was beginning to set. I drove on Going-to-the-Sun Road, which aside from being a fantastic name for a road going through a national park, is the main road that cuts through from east to west, and would be the road I took the next morning when I ...
... The roads and towns are far and few between with few stores, restaurants and the like. We came in on Route 89N which nearly made us all puke with all the twists and turns and having to avoid the horses on the road.
We stopped at a little diner right on the main drag in St. Mary. It was very small and busy. We put our name in and sat on the porch to wait for a table big enough for the six of us. While we waited Rob went next door ...
... fields of different colors - so picturesque. There are huge wind turbine farms here, too, and when we were going through a town, we saw a blade on display with some signs explaining exactly how they work. Boy are they big! They are pretty quiet, though, just making a whoosh, whoosh, whoosh sound.