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... over to the Glacier Park Lodge in East Glacier, where we would pick up the bus.
We hoped to see some critters while driving over there. Never expected to see horses on the road. The land just out side East Glacier is Blackfeet Indian Reservation. They believe in "free range" cattle and horses. So, that’s exactly what ...
a raging torrent during the spring run-off,
this gushing "river" is reduced to a mere trickle in the summer
... out of the side of the mountainous cliffs and provides spectacular
views of the mountains and valleys. I
will let the pictures speak for themselves.
When we were growing up in
Evansville, our family was very good friends with the Medlicotts. Sam and Alys “Billy” Medlicott vacationed in
Glacier Park from before WWII and eventually purchased a cabin there. They had two daughters Pam and Sue. We knew that Sam ...
... The Sun Road was Logan Pass. We were the only people in the minivan shuttle bus so the driver let me sit in the front seat so I could get better photos. It was a clear beautifully sunny day and the drive was absolutely breathtaking with so many amazing mountain vistas around every corner you could almost cry, it would have to be one of the most beautiful drives in the world. If there is a hiker's paradise, it must be Glacier National Park in Montana. With rugged mountains decked ...
... picked us up to go to Pints for Paths. (12 of the local brewery's were there). Of course we had to sample some of the local goods (we did a good job everyone would of been proud of us). A local fund raiser to build a 16 mile bike path from West Glacier. The shuttle picked us up around 23:30 (11:30) what a great time. Met a couple (Jill and Gordon) from Canada, spent the evening drinking and chatting with them, what a fun ...
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