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... walk up & touch them! Just after that there was a black bear right in the middle if the road. It got into the woods before we could get a good pic. A little later we saw a moose down by the water.
Tuesday morning we headed to the west side of GNP & Kalispell. Later in the summer we could have taken the Going to the Sun Road 79 miles thru the mountains, but it wasn't open all the way yet. So we took the ...
... boundary of the park. What was striking about today's drive was the large tracts of forest that were completely full of dead trees. Were these the victims of a fire? Or the more insidious pine beetle which is apparently wiping out huge blocks of trees in the Rockies? Just as we were turning the last corner to head out of Kootenay, the motorcyclists in front of us started pointing wildly at the side of the road. There grazing on a rocky hillside were three ...
... she repeated frequently as we walked.
To go down to the lake we left the main trail for a short walk on a secondary path and when we reached the beach we were told to look for the bull moose that had been sighted across the lake yesterday. Just as we were about to give up and return to the main path, he emerged from the mouth of a stream where he had been feeding and we spent the next ten minutes or so sharing binoculars. All of a ...
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This hotel is one of the historic hotels built about 100 years ago. I don't think the plumbing has been updated since then! The lobby with a huge fireplace is a great space to gather, play cards and watch the water. But the parking lot is a walk uphill about 2 flights and the room was only so-so.
Dad thinks this hotel is a 4 for historic significance.
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