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Travel Blogs from East Glacier Park
After being stopped again for my headlight I found a Toyota dealer in Ravn (?), Montana. The guys were great! I had a new headlight in 10 minutes! I thought I would stop at Glacier National Park and see some of the sights I did not see with Dan. Most of the park is closed because they close in September but the roads are open and I can still …
... up on The Ashes/Gareth Bale situation. Had leftover pizza and plastic beakers of cheap wine for dinner in our beds - bliss. On day 20 we drove the remaining 75 miles to Glacier NP. First impression was where the hell are the snow capped mountains?! Dr Randy in Yosemite told us it was cold up here already.... he lied. It's 30 degrees and there's no snow, it looks just like Yellowstone! We ...
... fish in the stream and we noticed they were jumping out of
the water to catch insects. The point is surrounded by glacier peaked mountains
and the water as blue & clear as can be. The days are nice & long in
the northwest with the sun not setting until nearly 10pm.
We ended the night with a campfire grilled veggie spaghetti
dinner (my specialty these days). Blake and I brought a couple of local brewed
... driver once we get back to Illinois (a lot of good that skill will do me in Grayslake)!
We settled on a cute campground located on a hill tucked back into a birch tree forest. After we set up camp we decided to drive into a different section of Glacier National Park (there are about 13 sections to this enormous park) that was close to our new campground. This section was called St. Mary and had a ...
... up a bit stiff. Still tired we packed the tent and sat in the car deciding what to do. We had planned to drive the Going To The Sun Road through the middle of the park through to St Mary on the other side, but there had been some heavy rain and a heavy rockslide had blocked the road for 2 days. The road was still open to Avalanche Creek so that is where we drove.
Before driving the whole way, we stopped at the Lake McDonald Lodge at the other end of the lake. We saw ...
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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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