Garden Wall Inn
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... jumping at this bridge we had passed under right near the takeout point of the trip. It was big fun and lots of people were jumping. The water was chilly but not too cold.
On the way back we stopped off at a local farmers market. Walker got a snow cone, Heather got a fruit bowl, and I had a red IPA from Bonsai Brewing which was very good.
Once we got back I took the boys into Whitefish to get them ...
... up hike - it’s less than a mile to the waterfall, but fairly steep. From the trailhead, we could see up into the Apikuni Creek Gorge where the creek flows down from Apikuni Mountain, but the falls were not visible. Although the trail was rather steep, there were nice views of Altyn Peak and the surrounding mountains. As we approached the end of the trail, Apikuni Falls became visible. The waterfall is nearly 150 feet and ...
... not been to the theatre for some time, we decided to buy two tickets for that evening’s performance of The Addams Family – a musical comedy. Ness couldn’t believe that I had never seen the film, but nevertheless, we were both excited to see the show.
The show was absolutely brilliant and very entertaining and we were lucky enough to meet some of the cast and get a photo as a souvenir. ...
... that balance. Fun fact side note: female moose choose their mates based on antler size.
Continuing on the GTTS Road, I came around a curve: up ahead, something was in the road. A BEAR!!! Big bear...just standing in my lane, watching me. I'll let the photos tell the rest of the story, as a grabbed my camera, stayed in the car, wished I had read that scary brochure, and saw this scene in my mind's eye: The Great Outdoors.
... Logan Pass (6,646ft) and I thought the Amalfi Coastal road was narrow - and to paraphrase ex football Manager, Sir Alex Ferguson, there were a few squeaky bum moments on ascent and descent. We did manage to snatch bits of scenery and glimpses of wildlife along the way, including the Jackson Glacier (the only one visible on the road) and a Grizzly Bear (there was a convoy of traffic parked up with telescopes and binoculars) a guy pointed it out ...