Glacier Wilderness Resort
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- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Hot tub
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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... bar and sat on the porch in some rocking chairs to wind down the day. Our last stop was at Apgar Village right near our campground; John got some Huckleberry Ice Cream, I tried some too and it was yummy. There is Huckleberry everything in this part of the world. Even the drinks we got were made with Huckleberry. We then headed back to camp and took a hike around the campground before settling in and making ...
... with rules and regulations.
Watched the chipmunks running around the bush/garden.
Drinks on the verandah and dinner at the local very American cafe served by a Romanian student.
spoke to Samantha and Richard -keeping up with oz news.
weather superb. Looking forward to a 6 mile walk tomorrow.
love to all
... worrying about the axles there is no end in sight and we are now the only ones on the road. We finally meet one of the road guys. He tells us it gets better up ahead. Well it's too far to turn around so off we go. 5-7 miles down the dirt road we hit pavement! Now however the sky was gone and we were in thick smoke. It was eeiry. How close was this fire? We finally arrived in Saint Mary, turned around and saw the pillar of smoke just ...
... they were great at memorizing facts about the park but not so great at synchronizing the RMPs. That earned them the nickname "jammers", and the name transferred over to the cars. Glacier is one of the few parks that still operates these; built in the 1930s, they were renovated in the 1990s by Ford. The canvas top rolls back to provide amazing views around, and throughout the tour we had many opportunities to simply stand up and pop our heads out when ...
This was one of my favorite places on this trip. When we picked up the map at the visitor's center we found out there was only one road that goes through the park, the "Going to the Sun Road." It's easy to understand how it gets its name after driving for a few miles. Like Dan's dad said about his visit, "I took the high road." The entire drive is incredible, but you really have to get out of the car ...