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Travel Blogs from Whitefish
... of like the ones at the USNWC only harder.
The Alpine sledding was pretty good, but the sleds were not as fast as the ones in Europe so the kids were a bit disappointed.
The Aerial Adventure Park was really good, even the green diamond course was hard, and the black diamond was nearly impossible. I did about half of it and decided I had had enough as my legs were still feeling it from the day before. Walker of course did everything in the park but even ...
... men’s and women’s Wimbledon tennis finals on TV. It was so strange to be sat in the Montana Wilderness watching the tennis happening only a few miles away from our home!
We had thoroughly enjoyed Glacier National Park and its beautiful scenery and wildlife. Jim’s cabin was a fun experience too. Real wilderness living with an unusual character, but Jim always made us feel comfortable ...
... feature bears to varying degrees. The North Cascades have black bears and potentially grizzlies (although none have ever been documented), with every campsite offering a bear-proof food storage locker. Mount Rainier has black bears, and offered a slogan: Be Bear Aware instead of food lockers. I'm wondering how many slogans they threw out: You Should Be Bearrified; Be Afraid, Be Beary Beary Afraid. Glacier Park, by ...
... of which are under intense discussion right now between native American Indian tribes and local farmers), through the top section of Idaho and into Washington State to Spokane. We are staying in the Davenport Hotel - famous as a luxury hotel since 1914 (previous visitors have included Amelia Earhart, Charles Lindbergh, Bob Hope, Elvis Presley and Bing Crosby, who was born in Spokane). It's definitely the fanciest place that we've stayed in so far ...
We slept in this morning. After breaking camp, we had breakfast and loaded everything back up. Before leaving camp, we took showers at the campground. The girls were not impressed by the cool water showers, but D and I thought it felt refreshing! We all felt (and smelled) much better! Today, we're heading north up to Kintla and Bowman Lakes. One the way there, we stopped at Polebridge, which is a little outpost in ...