Glacier Highland Resort
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... like to visit here someday, Not on a crowded RAF weekend.
I'll tough it out through the heat today, but I think I'll escape tomorrow morning to Cut Bank. It's ONLY 94 degF down there;-)
From Cut Bank, it's a short hop to the border crossing (Del Bonita, CEQ4) into Canada, and another hour to Pincer Creek, Alberta airport (CZPC) where I'll meet up again with CA.
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... we bought some cakes to keep us going for the day. This Bakers and Hardware store (!) was run by a young lad, who divides his time between the store during Spring/Summer and Colorado, instructing skiers during Autumn/Winter when the park is closed. We were amazed (and reminded) however, how insular Americans often are- he knew nothing about the recent shootings of bikers in Waco, Texas, that has been heading the news here over the last week ! ...
... 500 feet (150 m) of the road per day. Just to put some perspective the earliest the Road could be accessible for its entire length this year was June 20, 2014!
The views were something to remember and was well worth it as you can see from the video and pictures.
For those of you that like the movie trivia the following are some ...
... tonight – there was going to be a guy there singing. The kids were SUPER EXCITED about that, so we had to hurry. We ate and then wanted to get back to Running Eagle Falls, but before we could leave, we discovered that our car battery had died. Thankfully the nice couple beside us came over to give us a jump. (also thankful that the jumper cables were stashed in our car!!) Because Running Eagle Falls was ...
... trip to St. Mary falls. Everyone enjoyed the boat ride, hike, and sitting by the waterfall.
After the boat ride, lunch and rest, we loaded up and drove part of the Going To The Sun Highway as far as Logan Pass.
We took a hike up to Hidden Lake overlook, about 1 1/2 miles one way. This felt like being at the top of the world! We were at the overlook with the lake below and mountains in the background. There was a trail down to the lake, but it ...