Mini Golden Inns Motel
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... He joined us for our hike and we
enjoyed talking with him along the trail.
Good conversation made the rather steep trail a little better. In just under two miles, we crossed Snyder
Creek and continued on Gunsight Pass Trail up towards the chalet. The trail was steep and steadily increasing,
but we had started early enough that it wasn’t too bad. In another couple of miles the trail started
to open up ...
... after each day. I certainly took enough! After unpacking, we headed to the West Glacier entrance to the park and our bought our passes for the week and got some bear spray. Then we had dinner at Elkhorn Grill, which was a little disappointing. It looked like a nice hole-in-the-wall place, but the food was no better than fast food. After dinner, we went to the ...
... are several Hillbillies living in caravans or makeshift huts with a menagerie of animals together with piles of junk littered around their yards.
Even a smiling English couple driving past and waving attracted uninviting looks from the Hillbillies. We had only just arrived and they hated us already!
After a good night’s healthy, organic and recycled sleep in Jim’s cabin, we were ready ...
... in the cold, windy rain. We even encountered some hail. These buses usually fold the top back for a “convertible” experience. We weren’t able to do that because of the dramatic weather.
I took more pictures than I’m posting on this blog, but these are some of the highlights.
the "Backbone of the World" as described by the Blackfeet Indians
finally arrived at Glacier National Park after encountering not one, but two dead batteries in the truck...
it was their time..