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... a restored railway car serving food for over 80 years and it's been a winner of best breakfast for the last 10 years (the Six Dollar Hot Cakes reminded me of my Gran's homemade pancakes). The famed Riverfront area was built for the World Expo in 1974 and to be honest it was showing its age. It was a bit of let down but Cameron loved the 100 year old carousel, the playground and the gondola ride over the (small) waterfalls.
Next stop Seattle!
... drove over to Running Eagle Falls. The trail to the falls was really short at about .3miles. We took some pictures while the girls played along the water’s edge. The light wasn’t great with some direct sunlight hitting the water so we decided to come back later in the day once the sun had set behind the ridge. Next we drove over to the Two Medicine Lake, where we took a 45 minute boat cruise. ...
... 8217;t see it). Elijah and I (Deb) took off our shoes and socks and balanced our way across a log jam - great way to wake up the feet! Elijah even ran through the snowy trail barefoot.
The next day we relaxed in and around camp in the morning, exploring the lake and surrounding environs on bike. After lunch we head to Glacier Raft Co. We had arranged for a half day raft trip a couple of days prior. In the morning, though, ...
... Logan Pass, we couldn't see a thing but it was covered in clouds. The wild animals were in the process of hibernating, so all we saw was a ground squirrel chewing on a nut.
As we went down the other side of the pass, the sun suddenly broke through and there were no clouds at all. It was stunning to see how beautiful it was as we traveled down the other side toward West Glacier. We stopped at Lake MacDonald Lodge ...
... sheer rock wall on one side, and sheer drop-off on the other. It appeared the lanes were made for Harleys and not Jeeps, and Cody mated with the yellow line for a portion of the way. Much of the “guard rail” were large boulders, about hubcap high or wooden railing made out of telephone poles. As one who is not awfully fond of heights or roller coasters, I had no trouble keeping my eyes on the road and so, consequently, I pulled off frequently in the ...