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... and right on to the road. Cars can drive right through the waterfalls. Since it was late summer when we came, the water was more of a trickle, and so the wall looked like it was weeping more than waterfalls. Thus how the wall got its name.
Big Bend- This was a very beautiful spot to stop and see the view. I made my peanut butter and jelly sandwich here and soaked it all in! What a great place to ...
It was still kind of early, so we headed our in the Jeep Westbound on the Going-to-the-Sun Road. Our bus tour went this route on Thursday, but that was in the ****** weather! One attraction on this road is the Weeping Wall. It’s hard to see in a picture, but there is water constantly coming down the cliff wall. It is actually seepage from ...
... the best anyway. We came back to the RV and had dinner then went for a walk. We discovered there is a lake here at the KOA. Didn’t know that! The wind calmed down a bit, and there was some sunshine so we spent some time outside. Jerry talked to one of our neighbors about how to get from Waterton back to the States without backtracking. The neighbors live in Alberta, which is actually relatively close by. Fingers crossed for nice weather ...
... tour. We saw a lot, and it was nice having the commentary from the driver. We started at the lodge and continued onto Marias Pass, Lake McDonald Valley, Going-to-the-Sun Road, Logan Pass, and St. Mary Valley.
We stopped at many places along the way.
We stopped for lunch at McDonald Lodge.
... saw along the way, one of our favorite things was watching the boys have snowball fights in July!!! Not only was there still snow on the mountain tops, but also along the side of the road that hadn't melted yet due to the high elevation. We stopped at "Lunch Creek" to eat lunch, and then the boys hiked along and in the creek.
After a long day and being somewhat "elevation sick," we enjoyed a nice dinner at the haunted Belton Chalet.