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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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... 8211; 50mph gusts they’re saying. This RV is really rocking and rolling in this wind!!
I think tomorrow will only be in the 60’s, but I’m hoping not windy or rainy. We’re going on a boat tour/hike on St. Mary Lake. We’ll see!
... 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
... stop several times to take pictures of the mountains that have snow on top of them. This area has had a lot of rain and snow this last week. A few places the creeks and rivers where over the road but was passable. Our next stop was ST. Mary, MT. We stoped at a grocery store to look around, buy a banana and other snack items and use the bathroom. First thing inside the door was a large sign, NO PUBLIC BATHROOM! Next walking around the store We ...
... tourist gift shop like all the others.
Our last night in Glacier was pretty mellow we all went to bed early, I think we are all a bit travel weary.
Wednesday 21 August 2013
We stopped at the Glacier Lodge which was stunning again with spectactular views of mountains from a lake shore and had many of the Red Buses AKA Jammers waiting to take tourists on the Going to The Sun road. Zach loved the giant Teepee they had on the main grounds. Next stop Spokane ...
... priest is a young guy who has recently had a shoulder replacement, and plays the guitar, no organist. He’s a good preacher and had a great message tying all three lessons up in a neat package. Afterwards there was a cookout and, while we were talking found out that Henry Blake, former treasurer of our diocese and keeper of the “Golden Eggs” (diocesan restricted funds) is a member of his parish in Livingston. I still think the “it’s time ...