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... she won't let me say how many) so we began with another hike in Glacier Nat'l Park. We hiked Sunrift Gorge to St. Mary's and Virginia's Falls. It was a unique hike through the forest, lake and waterfalls. It was a long and beautiful hike. We wore the boys out good. We left Glacier after lunch and headed to Banff, Canada where we had a nice dinner in town to celebrate! Gotta love the Canucks, ...
... Whitefish, MT and the temperature was 96. A very posh town with a great mountain view
Went for a swim at the hotel pool and a great dinner at Haskill Station Restaurant. Jim had the meatloaf and I had Steelhead Trout. Best I ever had.
... day whilst in the park I saw my first Bear! He was up a Huckleberry tree eating. Very cute. We also saw white mountain goats who Bav loved.
we enjoyed evenings sat by the fire in McDonald Lodge, this is a great venue and I would recommend it to anyone to stay.
We loved it here so much we extended our stay for a few days, it also gave us time to get a few minor repairs done on the RV. Now off to Yellowstone.... To see Yogi Bear! ...
... kayak left, so A and D took that, while E and I got a canoe. We paddled around the lake for about an hour before headed back to the dock. I am proud to say that we did not donate any items to the lake this time. Afterwards, the girls wanted to go play in the water, so we found a spot with an old hallowed out log they had played on yesterday. This time they were wearing the bathing suits so they could actually go in. The water was ...
... than the east side also. On this side, we did a horse back ride, took a raft trip, and went on a guided ranger hike. On the hiking trip, we could even eat the berries along the way. The kids truly did enjoy this!
I have since visited this area another time. This go round we had our own river raft and rafted a couple of sections of the Flathead river.
The North-fork of the Flathead begins at the very northern part of the park, almost ...