Dancing Bears Inn
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDancing Bears Inn East Glacier Park
The room was clean and cozy. It had a jacuzzi tub! It was very quiet except for an occasional vehicle on the street. The breakfast bar is available all day long!!!
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... cards with Gran and making monograms on her iPad. We did last Montana shopping in St. Mary's (some of the best we have seen) and ate some leftovers before finally doing laundry. The laundry was full tonight with road construction workers using their off day for chores. Lucas got to talk to an 80-year-old who drove his John Deere mule pulling a teardrop camper to there from South Dakota. For fun we guess. It's been interesting, ...
... us the names of the mountains and how they got their names. She also told us about how the park was formed and about the wildlife.
Once we got to the far side of the lake we set out on a mile hike to Twin Falls. It was an easy hike but we had an hour and a half until the boat came back so we were not sure how quickly we needed to move. We kept a steady clip and made it to the falls in 25 minutes so we knew we could relax our pace on the way back.
The falls ...
... a trail to view more falls, but we turned back after reading a warning sign about grizzly bears. The Park highly advises all hikers to carry bear spray in case of an encounter with a grizz, hmm.
... with their ranch guests, but she gave me a card and said to call on the 4th to see if they could squeeze in a little time to saddle up the Old Bay for a ride. Wow, such a generous offer, hope we can get Doodle on a horse in MT.
When Maura and Abby arrived at the top, we all ...
... onward and upward...and I do mean upward! We left our sweet spot in the Badlands, and traveled westward to the small town of Dayton, WY where a river runs through it. The Tongue River is swift and mighty and gorgeously so. Our campsite was on public land in the Tongue River Canyon and ...you guessed it...Shane's new favorite campsite. Honestly, it was unbelievable. Right on the rushing river and surrounded by canyon walls. FREE. A short hike up the canyon gave us ...