Waterton Glacier Suites
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Vandaag stond het groot op de voorpagina van de krant: Going To The Sunroad was geopend! Dat was verrassend omdat in eerdere berichten was aangegeven dat het wel tot de 17 of 19 juni zou kunnen duren vanwege de vele sneeuw en reparaties die nog moeten worden gedaan.
Na gisteren ons plan al te hebben aangepast, doen we het vandaag weer. We …
... will hit the next swimming hole, and Will has vowed to join us this time.
On the way back Walker and mom got a little bit ahead of Will and me. When we passed the boat dock for the boat trip back to the hotel, Will and I decided to gamble and wait 30 min. to see if we could squeeze onto the boat. It was a little late but we made it on the boat and rode the boat back for the last 3 miles - it was a nice ride. We made it back to the hotel about ...
... on that one. On those days when I get lazy and want to sit on my fanny, I’m going to look at Gordon on our refrigerator and hope I’m still hiking the mountains at 91. I was also humbled to see those two gentlemen taking the time to hike with Gordon, knowing the pace that was going to be set. Gordon was not moving all the quickly, however he said it gave him more time to enjoy the view. (A lesson we could all use ...
... down the road to the west side of the park to Lake McDonald and another swiss-style lodge for lunch. We sat in the bar overlooking the lake watching the old, wooden tour boat the Dermit glide back and forth across this glacier cut, 450' deep lake. On the way down the pass we had seen the glacier fed stream of ice blue water that feeds into the lake and gives it this amazing, cool blue hue. The fine silt from on top of ...
... around 4pm that afternoon. We had been told to take our passports since we would be hiking that day on US soil, but others who were not hiking, would not need to take their passports. Low and behold, when we walked off the ship, there were Canadian Customs Officers, checking passports. So those who had not gone hiking were pulled to the side. Shirley overheard the tour operator talking on the phone and asking for the ...