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... functioning entirely. Turns out she needs a new starter motor, which is going to cost large sums of money. Not the drama I want when I'm on the other side of the world...!!
I’m still exhausted after my long journey, so it will be an early night for me I’m sure. I heard something about cheesecake for dessert, so I’m going to keep myself awake as long as possible :P
... mile wide up in the mountains, and the rapids look like chocolate milk because of all the glacial silt in the water. Glad I missed that. Saw several long freight trains pass us by as well as a bald eagle up in a tree. Had lunch at a restaurant that featured huckleberry flavor just about everything, including barbecue sauce. Yep, not tasty. And then the laundry elf came and did 6 loads of wash while Kelly and Patrick enjoyed that family vacation staple, the Best Western ...
... to say the least as we were in deep territory. We finally came across a sign covered in foliage that said Garnet with an arrow. But no, wife and kids told me to follow GPS. Ya... right. After driving another 15 min...deep in the FN forest, I turned around back to the sign. The road was crazy! But, we finally came to the road we were to be on in the first place! We made it!!! Garnet Ghost town was great! ...
I had a most excellent drive across Montana. A variety of landscapes, all very easy on the eye. Everything is green and clean. Above all else, the state is home to a fabulous gem, Glacier Nat. Park. The park straddles the northern border and the Canadian side is also one of thier nat. parks. I never got close to Canada, but I did take a moment to thumb my nose in the general direction. The two parks combined in 1932 to become the world's ...
... of the year. It takes about two months to clear the 50 to 80 FEET of snow. The rivers and lakes are a beautiful emerald green. We lunched at Many Glaciers Lodge dining room where we had great views of the lake and mountains.
From the porch we could see a grizzly munching on the many berries that are ripening. He looked like a mouse from the distance. Binoculars showed that he was enormous. We saw two black bears on the way back as well as three ...