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TravelPod Member ReviewsRising Sun Motor Inn and Cabins East Glacier Park
A comfortable room in a very scenic setting.
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... provided an up-close view of a Momma Moose feeding in the shallows of the lake with her Baby Moose resting on the shore nearby. At one point, the baby got up and started walking towards us. I briefly considered moving in close for a really great picture. Then I saw Momma Moose staring at me and envisioned the news headline “Hiker trampled into a large red gooey mess by angry Moose”.
One of our outings was a scenic drive west on ...
... I decided against brekky and pushed on. After some km, I came upon the Highwoods house which is a gas station and shop and it wan't yet open. I found a nice side patio area which had bird feeders and waters. I settled down for brekky and soon had friends. The little hummingbirds were aplenty and the noise from those little, fast flapping wings was unmistakable. So it was a nice breakfast with the hummingbirds. And thanks to the nice lady ...
... today were breathtaking. We even saw a heard of Bison lounging in the sun. We pulled into our RV park with our mouths agape. We are here for only 1 night,heading out for Banff in the morning but were grateful to realize that we will be back here for 4 days when we return from Canada. It is a really awesome location. We did some housekeeping, laundry and some preparation for crossing the ...
... certainly saw some great wide open country today.
We then crossed into Blackfoot land. I am afraid you could easily tell it was Indian land, all the properties were so untidy. The central town, Browning, also looked very tatty. Quite a contrast to the lands we had crossed previously, belonging to the Seminole and the Navajo.
Finally reached a nice but very expensive camp, after multiple delays due to roadworks. Glacier NP ...
... seating we drove the rest of the way into Hungry Horse and stopped and a huckleberry store that had some outside tables. I went in and bought some souvenirs and some Huckleberry ice cream for dessert. We sat and ate dinner and then had the ice cream, which was amazing. I had never had huckleberry before so I was surprised at how sweet it was. We bought a few more souvenirs before headed back to camp.
That evening we played Racko and looked at maps of the park before heading to ...