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... than Lake Tahoe! Enjoy the beautiful vistas as you approach Kalispell, where you will overnight. Its location close by Glacier National Park ensures a perfect starting point to explore Glacier and Waterton National Parks the next day."
Our Journal: Woke up at about 6:00 am and left our luggage outside the room ...
... tour. Passengers barely out numbered the crew, 4 passengers to 3 crew members. I will post a few pictures that I took during the hour long tour. After lunch we explored Camas Road until we reached the edge of the park. A ranger had told me that beyond the park the road is unpaved. Glacier National Park has a few glaciers and those that are still within the park are expected to be gone in about ...
Drove home to Curt's Sunday after seeing Swan Lake. Bette's daughter Amanda and family visited. Went to great restaurant El Corporal for huckleberry margarita. Huckleberries are the famous fruit of Montana.they grow also in Idaho and Pacific Northwest. They have the most anti-oxidants of all fruits after the acai berry. They are smaller than a blueberry and a little tastier. Really tasty though. ...
... drive. Arrived lunch time at West Glacier.
Stayed at San-Suz-Ed RV Park
In the afternoon took a drive up beside Lake McDonald to Cedar walk and Avalanche trail walk. The 5 mile round trip walk was well worth it to Avalanche Lake. The water was crystal clear and the lake filled by waterfalls flowing down from the melting glaciers above. Lots of tourists doing the walk also.
... at the 3,400 foot level and ended up around the 3,900 foot level...did I mention UP? It really was a great trail, but it took one and one half hours to climb up to the Avalanche Lake. Now mind you, I was stopping to take every moment to take a picture and Nick was forging ahead (as you will soon see)! I'm SO lucky he is MINE!!! Along the trail you see massive evidence of avalanches in the past...thousand of trees came down over the years. But like all forests ...