Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Kalispell
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After breakfast and check out we retraced out steps to St Mary, eastern gateway to Glacier. The famous Going-to-the-Sun Road runs 50 miles from St Mary to West Glacier on the park's west entrance. Spent about 6 hours on the road. Road is being renovated and last segment being done is 13 mile stretch near St Mary. Old road has been torn up and is …
... the other day, very prosperous looking for the most part. As we came out of those mountains, we were in the Jocko Valley which was not as wide as the one we were in yesterday. Again there was farm land, cattle and horses, mountains, and fields to be seen as we drove. As we came around one corner, we saw what we thought was a bridge such as the ones we sometimes see in Virginia. As we got closer, we could see that it was different from those bridges. The sign just ...
... them along an embankment. I saw the look on a trouts "face" as he was wriggling in the talons of an osprey. I enjoyed a waterfall sometimes for miles before I could hear it or felt the mist on my skin. Most of all by camping in group campsites for Hiker/Bikers I started some great friendships and had the opportunity to share in someone else's journey. Thoughts while pedaling: If you have ever ...
... top soil. Today, I learned the top 8 commercially valuable trees native to Idaho are Lodge Pole Pine, Western Hemlock, Western Larch, Western White Pine, Douglas Fir, Ponderosa Pine, Western Red Cedar and Grand Pine. The only one I knew was native prior to reading the forest signs was Idaho Lodge Pole Pine. We used this species in a timber frame home we recently built. We used ...
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We were going to ride into Waterton Park (the Canadian version of Glacier Park). But there was a significant rain shower hanging over the park (one of the benefits of the prairie is that you can see the weather well before it hits you. So we kept heading south and missed all but a few drops of the rain. At the border, the guard was about to strip ...