Bayshore Inn Resort & Spa
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... to explore the west side as much of the road is closed due to snow
Lake McDonald mountain reflections
Where’s Chuck Today? Glacier National Park
Rise and shine and prepare
to take the “Road to the Sun” to its end.
We did not have anything specific planned except to enjoy the beautiful
drive and take a few short hikes. We
made it to Logan’s pass where we had gone the previous day and then continued
on to West Glacier. The road ...
... vehicle lengths over the highest portions of the roadway are limited to 21 feet (6.4 m) and that means no RVs or trailers in excess of this length beyond two larger parking areas, each located at lower points miles below Logan Pass.
The RV was too long and way too wide to take up the famous road so we opted for the free shuttle bus. The plan was for Chris and Zach to go halfway up the road to Logan pass on the shuttle and then they would go back down the way they came so ...
... Glacier in one word....WOW! It is one of the most beautiful National Parks we have seen and we have been to a few over the years. Love this being a "senior" and getting free into all the National Parks with our pass!
We hiked the four mile trail to Avalanche Lake. After that distance, we realized that we are not as young as we used to be! While crossing Logan Pass ...
... things to happen. The first possibility was Julie Andrews was going to come dancing out of the next green meadow we passed with a chorus of trained chimpmonks singing sweet mountain songs written by John Denver. Somehow this never came to pass. I did however continue to hold out hope for possibility number two which went something like this. As the mountain meadows and fields of wildflowers gave way to intricately carved rock faces, I fully expected to hear a voice from ...