HI Brownies East Glacier Park
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After another long drive we got to our last destination before heading into Canada: Glacier National Park - pretty much minus the glaciers.
We headed out to scout out some locations and before really entering the park we saw a bear! It was a black bear, and after another hour we saw another. Bears actually do exist! We got some bear spray as a just in case as we need it for Mt Assiniboine, and i think Jen was pretty happy to have it :p
... were probably within 5 miles of the fire. Talked to the office staff, it turns out there is a detour around Browning, they just don't tell anyone! And...yup, there is a new fire in the wilderness but no one seems to know much about it or its impact but the smoke is filling up the valley. The town of St Mary consists of 2 campgrounds, a motel and 2 restaurants and a small grocery store. That's it. Time to have a drink and figure out what to ...
We slept in a bit in the morning and headed out in the late morning for a shorter drive. We headed into the park from the West Glacier side and drove Going-to-the-Sun Road to Avalanche Creek Trailhead. As we’d gotten a late start, the parking lot was full and we had to drive another mile up the road to park at Red Rock Point. I headed down to McDonald Creek and got some pictures here - the water was ...
Sunday morning, we woke up very early to leave the house at around 630. So early, in fact, that a deer was grazing in the backyard as we were getting ready to leave. She was surprised to see people up at this time! It was a long drive over to the Many Glacier area of the park. The Going to the Sun Road was closed due to the Reynolds Creek Fire, so we drove US-2 around the park and then headed north on MT-49 and US-89. We stopped at an overlook on ...
Gibson Reservoir was pretty cool but again very saturated with flies and mosquitos so it was time to move on to Glacier National Park. A park we were were unable to enter last time due to the government shut down in 2013. After a 6 hour drive due to two bouts of road work, we arrived in Glacier with enough daylight (it got dark around 10:30 p.m.) to go see a ...