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Travel Blogs from West Glacier
... off of poor Mufasa. It was bad enough it was even bothering me, so you know it was well past time to do this. John was able to do a fairly quick power rinse and get off a good amount of the dirt. Muf looks SO much better, and everyone knows that a clean vehicle drives better than a dirty one! Continuing on up the road towards West Glacier, MT, we made another stop in Hungry Horse, MT at 12:00 to do laundry. The laundromat that we found was ...
... the continental divide is the much talked about, much anticipated 'Going-To-The-Sun' road. It did not disappoint. It climbs and winds and affords the onlooker unsurpassed vistas. (warning: if peering down from the Empire State Building makes you weak in the knees, this will challenge your senses-especially the no guard rail motif!)
... see evidence of a recent avalanche - so powerful, snapping trees and metal signs right in half - and the river feeding McDonald Lake. We got more soaked than on our rafting trip!
Definitely a park we’d like to return to a bit later in the season when the road is fully open and we can put a canoe or kayak in the 10 miles long, 1 mile wide lake. Jim is pumped to cycle the full 50 mile road and back! Any takers on joining him??
... wet drive into Banff. We checked into the Tunnel Mountain Camp Ground which was unbelievably quiet, just a handful of tents. Got the tents up quickly and headed into town for dinner.
Banff is a very tourist oriented town full of Aussies. Sunday night was busy with many shops and restaurants trading until late. We had a stroll around town and dinner at the Banff Avenue Brewing Co. It's been a couple of big days of driving so looking forward to getting some fresh air ...
Wake up before 6 and everything is pretty wet but the pack in the bear food storage locker stayed nice and dry!
I slept we'll and was thankful for the warm clothing even though it was wet in the tent
Took a shower and put on clean clothes
Came back and began to take the tent down and let it dry. Ha!
Went to restaurant and ate a big breakfast
Saw Ali, works as a waitress, (the church leader on Sunday) and thanked her for leading and sharing so openly
Came back ...