Swiftcurrent Motor Inn and Cabins
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This morning we had booked the Crown of the Continent Tour on the historic Red Bus. From what I've been told the Red Bus Tours are extremely popular and sell out very quickly. If you want to do a Red Bus Tour you better sign up early!
The Red Buses, called Reds, are operated by a Jammer, the driver who takes you on your tour. The Red …
... Tour tomorrow from 9am – 5pm (http://glacierredbustours.com). We wanted to check out where we would be picking up the bus, so we drove over to the Glacier Park Lodge, in East Glacier.
We also stopped at a few more places along the way in the Park.
At one ...
... described. This was the first time that we encountered a discrepancy in the directions to a site. We never found the site that was listed. We asked a ranger and he said that he had no idea where it could be as described because the area was all Blackfeet Reservation land and there was no U.S. or state land other than the National Park. So, we had to regroup and we made the decision to stay in the National Park campground for $20.00 per night. This was our FIRST paid campsite ...
Today came in like a lamb but ended like a lion!! We had an egg, bacon, toast and coffee breakfast and pulled out at the appointed time of 9:00. We hit I-15 and traveled for about an hour in beautiful weather. We turned off on Hwy 287, a nice 2 lane highway , that soon became a dirt road due to construction. Winnie bumped along for 7 miles and everything in the motor home changed places. We continued through ...
... 30-40 mph. We ate lunch in East Glacier and returned to the hotel. Mary's Version: The wind was strong! We stopped various times to look at things and take pictures, but trying to get in and out of the car was a battle!! It was alternately sleeting, hailing, rainy and sunny in different places! As Greg said, the Plains Indian' museum was very interesting. It focused mainly on the arts and crafts of the Indians. It focused on their skill at making the necessities ...