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Travel Blogs from Whitefish
... br> We pulled into Apgar Campground on the edge of Lake McDonald in Glacier National Park as dusk set in. As with other mountainous places we've been this spring this was only one of a big handful of campgrounds open in the park at this time of year. Made choosing a spot easy! And the Going to the Sun Road, which spans 50 miles from the west entrance (where we were) to the east entrance was only open the first 16 miles. So our first ...
... the drive, but too much coffee at breakfast and heeding the admonition to drink a lot of water in the mountains. I was not alone. We pulled into a turnout which was equipped with an NPS unisex toilet facility… and a line about 20 people long… and promptly ran into retired Chief Tim Thames of the Shreveport Fire Department and his wife who are touring on a motorcycle! They were numbers 17 and 18 in line so we had a nice visit and took some pictures as ...
... and claimed that she’d "made her day". Strange.
When we finally made it back to base, we found the others waiting for us. We discovered that our ‘short’ hike had actually covered more miles than the ‘intrepid’ Iceberg lake group, so we bought ourselves a hot pizza as a reward.
On the drive back to the campsite, we saw a brown bear minding its ...
... train was supposed to leave the station at 9:16. It ended up arriving at 11. We got on, didn't get the nice seat that we had had before, but one that was facing another one. This was good, because Grandpa was able to put his feet up on the seat in front of him. We displaced a younger guy, but I've stopped feeling bad about it because it is more important that Grandpa stays healthy. Sidebar 1 Apparently, these mountain ...
... minutes), but enjoyed the incredible views. We drove through the Lake McDonald area for lunch, but couldn’t find parking so we went on to Apgar where we ate a good lunch at the “best (and only!) restaurant in town” called Eddie’s. We bought souvenirs and Zach and Elise completed another Jr. Ranger badge. We started our drive the other way back on the “Going to the Sun Road” and stopped to see a beautiful ...
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- Swimming pool
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- Free parking