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A comfortable room in a very scenic setting.
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We left Seattle yesterday morning, stayed overnight in a random motel about an hour from Glacier National Park, and then arrived at the park this morning. We hiked the Hidden Lake Trail which took us to a beautiful small lake surrounded by mountains called, Hidden Lake. It was only about 1.5 miles each way, but it was so picturesque that it took us a while to get through with all the photo ...
... restaurants to choose from in East Glacier, we ended up eating dinner at the famous "Whistle Stop" which had a cowboy singing outside on the deck.
Quote of the day:
"This really is a trip of a lifetime, although it may not seem like it." ~Gary
... perched on the edge of the rock, all alone, separated from the family with people stepping around and over, just a recipe for disaster! I couldn't even look in the direction even though it was a mere 4ft from our lunch perch. The mother, and now dry father, then decided to change the diaper of another one of their brood in the middle of the rock/path while ignoring another child running about on the edge of the falls. Ranger Bob was ...
... of the chief no-nos is being alone in the woods, number two is rubbing peanut butter behind your ears). You are supposed to make a lot of noise: I passed one woman with a bell tied to her waist (although the literature says bells are not very effective) and some people walking through the woods hollering every so often (recommended). I’m a clapper: I walk through the woods clapping every few minutes if I haven’t passed anyone ...
... away but had lost
track of Billy and the girls. Using
Google, we located a newspaper article which featured Billy’s years of spending
the summers in Glacier and her love of hiking and Glacier. At the time the article was written Billy was
90 years and still hiking over 200miles per year in Glacier. The only other clue we got from the article
was that the cabin was located in an area called Kelly’s Camp. I guess you are wondering ...