Mini Golden Inns Motel
Travel Blogs from Hungry Horse
... in nearby Whitefish) and the roadway first announces your arrival. “Glacier National Park.” You must travel down the road a little ways further to get to the NPS’ current welcoming sign along the side of the road.
At first glance this park is different in many ways like this. After the entrance station is a tiny village of shops offering all types Montana products, an ice cream stand, and a ...
... north of Missoula we entered lake territory and the mountains grew. Huge lakes – Flathead Lake with Pulson Bay. This is Montana's resort area and wow is the scenery stunning. It reminds me of Nova Scotia and Maine. We took about 100 photos – through the RV window. Doubt many will come out well but the photo will still hold the memory of the view. We envied the ...
On the way up and down we had great sightings of bighorn sheep rams including one renegade who actually walked the trail
The view of the Grinnell Glacier and Upper Grinnell Lake that it was forming at the top made the journey worthwhile once again. What fabulous hikes in Glacier!
The trip down after that was uneventful as I left early so I wouldn't be pressured going ...
... a beautiful view & had dinner at their café.
It was great & huge…family style. We must have looked like a family of 8 by
all the food they brought us. We did have
a few bear sightings, one grizzly on the mountain looked like a panda
Heading back East
tomorrow…enjoy the pics!
... 00 (Eight o'clock in this valley. So "On the Road Again" (As Willy Nelson would say) we headed back to the Palace on Wheels. All of a sudden Cheryl yells STOP there is a Moose............... so I back up and there is a Bull and Cow trudging through the bog eatting dinner. By the time I got the camera and set up they were just about gone. (that is why the picture is blurrrrrrrrrrrry) Got back to the Palace on Wheels around midnight, what another great ...