Going-To-The-Sun Inn & Suites
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... the world's most spectacular highways. The only disappointment we had was the lack of wildlife sightings. Jim always hopes to see the wild animals, but no bears, goats, sheep or other animals were visible on our drive. We enjoyed perfect weather with sunny, blue skies and temperatures in the 70's. It was hard to choose my favorite sights. Photos can't come close to the natural beauty of the rolling valleys, sheer mountain cliffs, deep gorges, crystal clear lakes and rivers, ...
... 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 ...
... 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 ...
... I absolutely can recommend this KOA for a nice place to stay in the St. Mary area. We met some other RV renters from NJ who did the "sane" thing and flew to Calgary and rented the RV and did the Calgary/Jasper/Waterton/Glacier area in their much newer and nicer RV. We compared all the differences and they must have had a good laugh at our sad Beast. Apparently, all of the ...
... a park ranger that was working at the National Park. He was from Calif. Retired policeman. He had another call while talking with us. so he told us he would check on us on this way back. He wanted to make sure we would be ok. Another pickup truck stopped to see if we needed water or anything. We assured him AAA would be there anytime. It was so nice to have people checking on us and making sure we would be ok. AAA finally got there after about ...