The Great Bear Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking hotel
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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I have organised a taxi to collect us from the Amtrak station and he is there waiting for us. This is the first thing to be thankful for this evening. It is 10.30, and the town is almost deserted. He delivers us to Glacier Under Canvas, around five miles away. We find a note containing a map, and a lantern outside the reception tent. It is pitch black but for tiny solar lights stuck into the ground. Here is the second thing to be eternally thankful for this evening....the ...
... I will try to make notes and play catch up when we get back to a point where we can communicate. In the meantime, enjoy today's pictures (and hopefully videos if I can get them to upload). If I can't get the videos up, there again I will try to do so when I get better service and then will resend the same post and notify you that videos have been loaded. We drove 11 miles today. Rode 60 miles on the Red Bus. PS...Happy Birthday Larry ...
... the Ninepipes National Wildlife Preserve which is home to fowl such as ducks and geese. We took the eastern route along side Flathead Lake which was just as spectacular, but totally different than the western route. There is nothing but cherry orc**********g the route -- acres and acres of cherry orchards - I've never seen anything like it. Of course, we stopped for some freshly picked cherries --- YUMMY!!! ...
... a really funny Sienfield episode that mimics this scenario). We stopped at the oldest Chalet in town for a cocktail then went back to camp and cooked up Bratwurst. It's been really smoky here from the fires. It is really bad this evening. Tomorrow we take the trip on the Red Bus Tour up the Going to the Sun road again. I'm not expecting to see much because of the smoke. Oh well...It will be fun for us and I don't have to ...
... all the way over to Two Medicine. It was a pretty long drive, through twisty curvy roads in places. By the time we got there it was around 11:00, and we set out to find a campsite. From the visitor’s center, we had seen that the campground hadn’t filled recently until much later in the day, but this day it was nearly full by the time we got there. By the time we finished setting up camp though, ...