Bayshore Inn Resort & Spa
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... seeing all the "wildlife?".
Breakfast - I do wish I felt better this morning. We had breakfast at the Prince of Wales Hotel. The view out the window during breakfast was fantastic! I had wanted to do the afternoon tea here, but then I found out that it was $30 a person, so I decided it was too expensive.
Prince of Wales Hotel - When I was feeling a bit better (after the Dramamine ...
... over it all and were wet and cold so we continued on at a pretty fast pace trying to stay warm and get down as quickly as we could. When we finally did reach the bottom we were 2 hours earlier than our agreed meeting time so it was a huge relief to see our van there ready to pick us up. We jumped in the van and once everyone was back headed back to the campsite all looking like drowned rats to put it simply. Basically as soon as we got to ...
... spot a Haystack Falls to view the waterfall coming down the mountain. As we passed through the Weeping Wall there was a small amount of water coming off the wall but not nearly as much as can be seen in some photographs.
The Big Bend pull out was also not crowded so we stopped there to take pictures of the magnificent mountains and the wild flowers that were in bloom. I highly suggest stopping here as the vista is ...
... from 2003 Fire brings rejuvenation in the forest and in life I made it finally to the takeout at the Loop and then back to camp for dinner: freeze dried chicken and mashed potatoes. It was good, but I have to admit probably anything would have tasted good at that point. I had new camping neighbors and they had stories to tell of seeing a mammoth grizzly bear at the end of the Highline Trail at Logan Pass where I had hiked earlier that day To bed for a good night's ...
... reading, playing games and enjoying the ambience.
On Wednesday, July 25, we drove from East Glacier back to Great Falls, Montana. We took a different road in hopes of seeing something new. No luck. This is big sky country with the same fields of grass and sky of blue no matter which road you take. We had dinner at the hotel. We start our bus tour tomorrow after a get acquainted meeting tonight. There are 48 people on this Tater Tour trip from 19 different ...