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A comfortable room in a very scenic setting.
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... to find in the remote areas around Glacier. In fact, to our surprise, all the little towns around Glacier are incredibly tiny - given that this is the 10th most popular national park in the country, we wondered why that is.
At any rate, although we saw a lot today, all that driving was not easy. We're looking forward to driving a lot less in the next couple of days and finally going into Glacier tomorrow for some some good hiking. For now, good night, eh?
... were on the horizon growing closer and larger as we approached the Park. On our left were the Apgar Mountains and soon after entering the park we started following McDonald Creek. A fast flowing shallow runoff from a lake by the same name. This soon led to the lake. We could look across the lake and see the Apgars rising almost from the lake itself. The predominate feature to our left was Howe Ridge. While we could occasionally see far enough down the lake to ...
... off in the Jeep to explore a bit. IT wasn’t long before we stopped for a bear crossing the road!
The scenery along the way is beautiful – a postcard everywhere you look.
We are going on the Red Bus Tour – Big ...
... The roads and towns are far and few between with few stores, restaurants and the like. We came in on Route 89N which nearly made us all puke with all the twists and turns and having to avoid the horses on the road.
We stopped at a little diner right on the main drag in St. Mary. It was very small and busy. We put our name in and sat on the porch to wait for a table big enough for the six of us. While we waited Rob went next door ...
Yesterday was a standard travel day, except for the immense beauty of western Montana. We made our way in one long burst from Yellowstone across the north-south length of Montana up to Glacier National Park. We secured a spot at the the Avalanche Campground on the western side of the park and settled in for the night. Today, however, we woke with our typical adventuresome spirit and a desire to avoid any Yellowstone-sequel hordes ...