Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Kalispell
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... stumbled on was Enstrom Candies. The company is a GJ institution - chocolate covered toffee is its signature - but in plus 90 degrees heat (35C) its equally famous icecream was the go!
GJ provides a natural base to visit the Colorado National Monument, the Book Cliffs and Gateway Canyon - the latter unheralded, but truly spectacular, and also home to an amazing resort and museum, owned ...
... toys for the girls too(see pics). They also have an incredible garden and most of our dinner that evening was from the garden! We even were able to get Gavin to eat a berry! :-) Seattle is full of wonderful parks and we took advantage of that. I even tried a zip line.....you will not see a picture of that feat! One afternoon when both Bill and Genevieve were off, we went to a sprinkler park....lots of shade too....it was a hot day! On July ...
Well the rain persists as we make our way to the top if Montana near the Canadian border to visit Glacier National Park. There is no let up form the rain, and as we arrive at Kalispell its still raining. Looks like the weather will improve tomorrow, so we stay in Kalispell for the night. No pictures because of the weather
... I'm reminded that we met a Canadian woman working at the Amtrak station, who hadn't heard of Yellowstone National Park !! This side of Glacier Park is quite different with open prairies surrounded by the Rockies. This is Blackfoot Indian Country and the names reflect this origin.....Whitefish, Hungry Horse, Flathead River and Cut Bank Creek. We stopped at Two Medicine- a stunningly beautiful lake with mountain backdrop. John even hand fed a ...
... manual transmissions into gear while on the park roads.
We saw a large part of the Going to the Sun Road, an engineering marvel. It's 50-some miles long through the mountains, yet only has one switchback on it. We learned that the road was built primarily by Russian laborers, and that some of the techniques used in building the road have been copied in parks all over the world.
Lots of mountains! And waterfalls. The park also has ...