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... however, continually engaging in exchanges about where each of us was from and going. Their English wasn't stellar, but proficient enough to have some friendly conversation. Their presence made the 1,400 ft. climb up to Cracker Lake seem like a breeze as we sauntered along. The trail followed a river running through a glacial valley covered in berry bushes and low shrubs, prime Grizzly habitat. As the trail rises it eventually leads to an opened ...
... a town called Columbia Falls. Cool, lets go see the falls...NOT! We looked and looked, but couldn't find them. Maybe on the way back. So we continued on to the West entrance into Glacier Park know as West Glacier. Most of the park is still closed until Late June or early July. Wish we would have known that earlier too. We picked up lunch and while waiting for it found out that there ARE no falls in Columbia Falls. Seriously?? Nope, no falls there at all, don't ...
... br> hours and learned the Billy had passed at 93.
Pam and her husband Don who was also from Evansville now live in NJ. Sue and her husband Bill live in Naples
Florida. We learned all about the
history of Kelly’s Camp and how it was homesteaded by Mr.Kelly in the late 1800’s
and what has happened since with owners and the park service. They spend their summers at the camp and
consider it home.
They still ...
... all to himself and I would sleep with Zach in the tent. Chris was very happy. I on the otherhand got pushed and kicked all night and then woken up at 5:30am.
Sunday 18 August 2013
Zach woke at 5:30am ugggghh and started the day very happy and then he went downhill quickly and was horrible, talking about hitting, kicking and throwing by about 7:30am. He was very overtired and needed more sleep.
We headed off early to Waterton National Park which is across ...
Today we all woke up later than usual, which was very nice.Then we all ate and took our time and left the RV park at noon. We then headed to the Great Bear Adventures, where the motto is "Your car is your cage". We first had to clean the windows on the hoopty because they were so filthy! Then we ended up seing around three black bears. After that we went to ...