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... Parks since the 1930's and the 33 strong fleet at Glacier is the largest in the country. All of the vehicles have been re-built over the past 10 years with only the external appearance remaining from the past. They fit 17 passengers on board and are open topped so you can catch the stunning views overhead.
We started from the Going-to-the Sun road, a 54 mile windy road that captures all of the ...
... whilst driving.
After navigating the large mountain range just east of Seattle we found ourselves on a straight flat road for 300 miles. The scenery was a mix of desert brown fields filled with wind turbines interspersed with lush green crops thanks to the Colombia Basin Reclamation Project. Huge dams lay in spectacular canyons and their water was pumped throughout the region to feed the green crops on what ...
We hiked to Astar Park, a trail in the Two Medicine Lake region. At the end of the day we went to St. Mary, the eastern end of the Going to the Sun Highway.
I'll let the pictures do the rest of the talking. There are more than usual.
No blog tomorrow. We're resting!
... stop several times to take pictures of the mountains that have snow on top of them. This area has had a lot of rain and snow this last week. A few places the creeks and rivers where over the road but was passable. Our next stop was ST. Mary, MT. We stoped at a grocery store to look around, buy a banana and other snack items and use the bathroom. First thing inside the door was a large sign, NO PUBLIC BATHROOM! Next walking around the store We ...
... the two lakes). We saw three mountain goats way up high on the steep cliffs over the lake. Next, we drove up to Waterton Lakes National Park in Alberta, Canada.
There, we saw the beautiful Canadian Rockies, the Prince of Wales Hotel, and the Waterton Village and Lake. It was raining for awhile while we were there, but the scenery was glorious.
We left Canada and came back into the US and drove down to ...