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 …
... lake remained mostly hidden, still mostly frozen over. But the real prize at the end of the trail were several mountain goats including at least two or three baby kids. They moved around a lot among the tourists stopping frequently for poses. After about 10min, both girls were imitating the goats. There were also some really aggressive ground squirrels that were begging for food, and when none was given they commenced to digging ...
... got there so early in the day, we decided to go ahead to our next planned site which was public land in St. Mary's Lake near the East entrance to Glacier Park. We use a variety of sources to find our sites but the one we use the most is a web site www.freecampsites.net.
It shows a map with free sites all over the country with descriptions, directions, and reviews for each. All of the public land sites we had used thus far, we found using this resource and all had been ...
... farm land---wheat and cattle. Little did we know that our day was about to become very stressful. We noticed the wind beginning to blow and soon the wind became very strong----steady winds of 40 mph with gusts even higher. Poor little Minnie and Winnie had a tough time staying upright. Ben and I were leading and Tricia took some photos of us that look like we were riding on our rims. This wind continued ...
... 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 ...