Village Inn At Apgar
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... warmer and sunny for at least 2 days so we headed there hoping for the best. We headed all the way on US highway 2 thru the cascades and scablands of eastern Washington to Spokane. I had never been to Spokane but there was no time to stop if we wanted to make it to Glacier park before sunset.
The drive thru western Montana was spectacular. We followed the Amtrak rail towards the park and camped in the very full Apgar campground.
... patio is just breath taking. Maybe someday Paul and I will be able to stay there. (I think the list of fun hotels that I want to stay at is growing very large!) Paul's dad remembers visiting this Lodge over 50 years ago when he was in this area. He still fondly remembers a picture that he took here.
Podcast- One special thing that this National Park did for this road is that they made podcasts ...
... After buying a couple of souvenirs, we headed back "home" to West Glacier KOA and are in for the evening. Right now we are planning to head for Banff, Alberta, Canada in the morning. (think that I said Banff was in British Columbia yesterday...oops!) If you don't hear from us for a few days don't worry. If we stay in the National Park there, which we hope to do, there will very likely be no WIFI and our phone plan does not work ...
... at the KOA in West Glacier around 2:30 or so and it was a bit chilly when we arrived. It ended up getting down in the low 40's during the night --- I even had to bring out an extra blanket and close all the windows in the motorhome. The campground is beautiful and we have an awesome site and are surrounded by nothing, but mountains and evergreens. The air is so clean and fresh.
Today, 7/25 is our ...
... it did. Here's the picture we saw.
Then we drove along Lake McDonald to the north end of the Lake and hiked a beautiful trail that followed McDonald Creek and led us to McDonald Falls. As you would surmise, McDonald Creek feeds into Lake McDonald.