Glacier Gateway Inn
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... levels of Main Street Shelby, but I guess the law is the law, eh?
The auspicious start to our adventure was made more palatable by the Sheriff's dazzling beautiful blond partner, made all the cuter by her restrictive bullet proof vest! She chose to handle Bill though. In the end we got our licenses run which proved our Choir Boy status in the eyes of the law and were released without further fanfare, and most notably without a ...
I enjoyed a wonderful evening with Tracy, Neil, Glenn and Gwyn, Rans pilots and also Jeanie and Mike, Bonanza pilots in their hangar homes on the airport. What a great life. The Rans pilots were headed out early on a camping trip, see pic of three Rans together. With great tailwinds and cool at 8500 feet, I headed north to Cut Bank. Last stop before heading into Canada. An hour and a half later, I rejoined Wes, who landed here yesterday. See ...
... had never been on the road between Lethbridge and the border crossing at Coutts before so, as always, we enjoyed seeing new sights. The land before the border was very flat and again we saw wheat being harvested. The temperature was warming up...hate to even think of it...91 by the time we got to camp. We reached the Coutts Border Crossing at 4:25 and luckily we were through by 4:41. The border agent we had was very nice...but they ALWAYS look so stern don't they? We arrived ...
... You could just speed down the highway. That is until you get stuck behind some combines and mobile homes. That caused quite a slow down, but only caused us to lose a few minutes. My new teddy from our last stop was a great travel partner!
Here is a list of what we saw:
flat flat flatness
a lot of ...
... not take any breaks and was that the American border by 2pm, 75 miles in. The wind still with me, i reached my final destination, Cut Bank MT ahead of schedule at 4:45pm. I've reached the end of map number 2 of 11 in my trip. Now is the moment to be making up some miles lost, gladly lost, in Glacier and Whitefish. Waterton Village AB > Cut Bank MT, 106 miles (personal record), day ...