Big Mountain Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... they named it that. So we paid our $25.00 entrance fee and decided to see what we could see in the 16 miles of the park that are open. We took the road called "Road to the sun." I think someone forgot to leave directions. We found very little sun. The nice thing about off season? Less traffic. The bad part? Misty rain and hail that make it hard to see the scenery. That translates into I only got about 135 photos to weed through this evening. I love digital photography!
... Park info: http://www.nps.gov/glac/index.htm
Apgar Village Lodge: http://www.westglacier.com/apgar_villag e_lodge.php
Lake McDonald area info: http://www.nps.gov/glac/planyourvisit/l akemcdonald.htm
Delta Complaints: http://www.delta.com/contactus/pages/co mment_complaint/index.jsp
Airline Passenger Bill of Rights: http://lifehacker.com/the-air-travel-ri ghts-you-arent-aware-of-and-how-to-g-50 8983488
... bushes along side. Often, wildlife is detected by the traffic jams. I thought a couple of times that if we stopped at a random place where there was no one, got out of the Jeep and stood pointing and pretending to take pictures that I could soon summon up a crowd of my own, all without anything in sight. Just stand there and tell people “Don’t you see the_____(fill in the blanks) over there? Just beside that large pine. Oh, ...
... way I decided to go as far as I could. What was I thinking? The trail started out as a goat path. It was so steep it was more a climb then a hike. I made it thinking it will get easier. Not so, the path kept climbing and so did I. I made it one and half miles up the trail. I got some great shops of the Grinnell Lake. It was so beautiful. Of course I then had to go down the trail again. Not always so easy. I wasn't sure if my legs were going ...
My favorite western Montana town is Whitefish. It's a quaint little town that has everything I need to get real mellow. Whitefish has several good restaurants and coffee shops, nice parks, a very good brewery, a very nice farmers market every Tuesday, ...