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We made our way to to the famous "Going-to-the-Sun Road Highway" which is the only road that crosses the park. It was completed in 1932. The road, a National Historic Landmark and a Historic Civil Engineering Landmark, spans 53 miles (85 km). The two lane road is quite narrow and winding, especially west of Logan Pass. Consequently, vehicle lengths over ...
... mountains in East Tennessee look mighty small! As per usual with KOA's, the electricity is a little low, and we did have to use one block to level, and probably the WIFI isn't strong enough BUT I have my trusty hot spot and it looks good to go, so I shouldn't have any trouble getting this post out. We plan to spend the rest of the afternoon lazing around here in the campground so this should be an early blog post for you. Tomorrow morning we ...
... a really funny Sienfield episode that mimics this scenario). We stopped at the oldest Chalet in town for a cocktail then went back to camp and cooked up Bratwurst. It's been really smoky here from the fires. It is really bad this evening. Tomorrow we take the trip on the Red Bus Tour up the Going to the Sun road again. I'm not expecting to see much because of the smoke. Oh well...It will be fun for us and I don't have to ...
... narrative of the
physical characteristics of the valley and lake as well as historical
information. The tour included docking
at the far western end allowing us to debark and hike a short distance to
Barring Falls. Obviously, we had already
been there so I elected to stay on the boat and sleep while Rick and David went
to see it again. Samuel talked about the
geology of the valley and also pointed out the ...