Travel Blogs from Whitefish
... we headed to the interior of the park on a road called Into the Sun. Very appropriate considering that we were heading east into the sun. The park was absolutely gorgeous. The road was designed to blend into the landscape and there was a lot of very intricate masonry work along the road as well as the bridges and arches to let streams pass under the road.
I will let the ...
... at the top of the mountain pass: standing there in the biting wind and cold rain, we realised that packing mainly shorts and vests was probably a mistake.
We finally made it to the KOA campground on the western edge of the park. John, Rachel and I managed to cook fajitas for the group before the heavens opened again. Luckily, this KOA was equipped with an enormous hot tub. It’s not difficult to guess where we spent the entire ...
... her three little ones in tow. They were only about 2 ft long, 1 ft high - and very cute! A local told us it was rare to see them, so I am even more chuffed now. One thing I did notice was a huge grin from ear to ear as Matt flew down the side of the mountain. The best thing about heading out mountain biking with him is seeing him make jumps over the tiniest mounds, flicking the back of his bike around corners and powering up hills as if ...
... insecurity and even the fears that normally lurk around in the dark corners hidden by daily activities and routine. On the road and getting to know new places all that easily comes into focus when I pay attention to it and the awareness and consequent enlightenment naturally flows from that. It is the real reason why I have traveled so extensively and continues to drive me away from the comforts of home to explore the wild parts of the country as well as the wild parts of my own being. ...
Waking up, it was time to head to Glacier. On the way we picked up some supplies in Kalispell which was is a happening sprawling town. On the way to Glacier, we made a spontaneous stop at the Hungry Horse Dam. It was huge and we were able to drive right over it with no inspection or even a guard, and then walked back onto it. Since we don't plan to see Hoover, this was a nice alternative. Then we entered Glacier west to east, we started along the ...
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