Travel Blogs from Coram
... It borders the park on the east. The river did move fast but not much white water. The mountain views were spectacular! There were mountain views around every turn. This was a very relaxing and enjoyable float!
The Middle-fork of the Flathead River does have some white water and is exciting to run.
This was the same section we floated with the kids earlier, but that one was a guided float. This time. We had our own boats. We had great days on ...
... from 2003 Fire brings rejuvenation in the forest and in life I made it finally to the takeout at the Loop and then back to camp for dinner: freeze dried chicken and mashed potatoes. It was good, but I have to admit probably anything would have tasted good at that point. I had new camping neighbors and they had stories to tell of seeing a mammoth grizzly bear at the end of the Highline Trail at Logan Pass where I had hiked earlier that day To bed for a good night's ...
... with wild Bison, Rocky Mountain goats, elk, pronghorn antelope and bighorn sheep. It was spectacular to see these animals living naturally in a protected environment.
As recommended, we stopped at the The Peoples Center where we toured their museum to learn about the rich cultural heritage and history of the Salish, Pend d'Oreille and Kootenai Native American Tribes. Very interesting.
We took the incredibly scenic route ...
July 26, 2012
Glacier Park, Mt.
From Lincoln to Glacier, about
one-hundred-fifty miles, only took us four days to cover. Two nights
spent at the Swan Lake CG then two more at out of the way Tally Lake,
outside Whitefish. These days were received with pleasant weather, natures beauty,
biking and a little swimming. This set us up for Sunday Morning
... If you want the train to stop, you flag it down. For about $300 a night, you can stay in a converted Engine or Caboose. Then we went through Apgar Village and stopped for photos at Lake McDonald. We had lunch at Lake McDonald lodge; another historic lodge. Jeryl had a salad that was a crudite. Steve said, "What's that?" The waitress said, "It's French for raw vegetables". He replied, "Why didn't you just say that?" We started our ascent on the 52 mile "Going to ...