Swan River Inn
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... and hand painted some pottery to be fired later on. Laura painted a rainbow coloured bowl while I painted a balloon dog in the image of our much missed Bobby! With us was my cousins daughter Ashley and we spent the last few hours of the day painting and talking it was really cool. The weather was beautiful, nice blue skies and proper summer heat so we decided our second day to float down the swan river in tubes with some drinks and food and soak up ...
... a house built on it), Lake Placid, Swan Lake (the biggest that we came across) among others and looked so pretty and blue bec of the clear blue sky, and also passed through some of the national forests namely the Swan River National Forest and Flatbed National Forest. We finally arrived at Colombia Falls at about 6:30pm but we still had to travel a little further towards the Glacier National Park to find our accomodation. It's situated about 10 ...
... lakes and streams on the side roads/trails. There was so much to see --- Heavens Peak at 8,987 feet, tunnels, Continental Divide, Haystack Creeks waterfalls, Logan Pass which is the highest point of the drive, Jackson Glacier, St. Mary's Lake, Elk, Mountains goats (a Momma and her two babies) and much much more. This place is an engineering marvel. You just can't even imagine something this good.......you really ...
My warm sunny morning at the Radium Hot Springs campground, rapidly turned into a cold rainy ride south to West Glacier. Originally planning to tent camp and ride the "Going-To-The-Sun highway tomorrow through Glacier National Park, I revised my plan (in the face of another rainy night and a 70% chance of thunderstorms in Glacier Park tomorrow). I booked ...
... Lewyn and I. Kevin and Riley had water shoes, so they were fine. We rode the bus to the entrance to the middle fork of the Flathead river. Our guide was named Haaken, and he was great. It was us and another family. Haaken was the steering guide. We went through 7 different class II and III rapids in about 120 minutes. It was so much fun! A once our boat almost flipped when it got hung up on a rock, but we all rushed to the high side ...