Smoky Bear Ranch
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
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... hidden behind a tree) and several Columbian Ground Squirrels that joined us for our picnic lunch at Many Glacier area. Actually they were running around underfoot so close I almost stepped on one as they were looking for scraps that dropped. One interesting and challenging part of today’s drive was the open range that meant we went by about a hundred cows all along these two lane roads – you never knew when they would walk in front of ...
7/25 Day 34 We traveled from Helena MT to Coram MT right outside Cascade National Park.
We started the morning getting the camper ready to travel then went and had breakfast with Lenny, Lois, and Meghan. We ate at Steve's Restaurant in Helena. I had some of the best breakfast sausage I have ever eaten. It was great catching up and hearing of their horseback riding adventures (Lois and Meghan only, Len only ...
... are enjoying the out of doors the entire week. How dare they?
Anyway, we were getting a little desperate for a place to stay on July 2, a travel day, never mind leaving Columbia Falls early. Finally we are able to book a night at the infamous Fairmont Hot Springs RV Park. It's quite expensive, but what's a mother to do? So on July 2nd we will leave Columbia Falls and travel to Fairmont Hot Springs, British ...
... on our last leg of the trip. After a thorough diagnostic test I have determined that the wiring harness on the trailer is kaput, so I went into Kalispell to the nearest RV dealer and purchased a new one.
I haven't taken any photos of Columbia Falls as there is really no focal point of interest in this small town.
Tomorrow we are to visit one of the most spectacular National Parks in all of the U.S.- Glacier. More on that tomorrow.
... few pictures. We were looking for the mother bear, but she didn't show and eventually the bear sauntered off. We continued our ascent and eventually stopped near The Loop to take some pictures and talk to some of the other bikers. There were a lot of bikes. The other cool thing about Glacier, is if you don't want to drive, or are just too scared to drive, the park offers a free shuttle service in these 1930's styled buses back and forth ...