Going-To-The-Sun Inn & Suites
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... walked around the Many Glacier Hotel built by the Great Northern Railway in 1915. It was designed to look like a Swiss chalet to encourage American tourists to visit the "American Alps". I convinced Jim to take a few easy hikes with me as we explored the park. We enjoyed the Trail of the Cedars, Baring Falls, and the Beaver Pond Loop. Or should I say I enjoyed the hiking more than he did. "Three-mile hike, my ass!" pretty much sums up his opinion! Two beautiful horses decided it ...
... forest devastation.
In one of the towns we drove through, there was a sign, "Drinking and driving leads to empty lodges". Guess they are speaking to their audience. Also, saw signs about stop meth. Drug problems everywhere in this country.
So, reached our destination, Glacier National Park, and first saw a sign, "Bear Country. Wildlife are dangerous. Do not approach or feed" No worry there! Standens will stay in the car.
We first ...
... spotted a long horned sheep from a far distance, but we saw many mountain goats up close. There were also tons of squirrels, chipmunks, and marmots (which are little woodchuck-looking-things). This park is beautiful and I'm glad we came here. We only did the one hike, but we drove through the park and were able to see both main lakes; Lake McDonald and Saint Mary Lake. Off to Yellowstone, ...
... created a sort of green tunnel of leaves and branches, completely closing out the sky above. It was the first time in my trip where I really got to see something on the highway other than farms, and I thoroughly enjoyed it.
Before long , the mountains began to appear in the distance, and soon enough, there they were sitting right in front of me. I had arrived at Glacier National Park. The mountains seemed so out of place after driving for ...
... shuttle service to do our exploring. I also knew that we were most likely not going to get a site inside the park, especially the ones closest to the main entrances. So while we suddenly and conveniently were able to change course without having to do any doubling back we were on our way to the East side, to St. Mary. That would prove to be a very good decision. Internet access in Montana is sparse at best. If you have Verizon you are ...