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We actually saw a glacier, despite the weather.
After the tour, we stopped for some “World Famous” Huckleberry Pie at the Whistle Stop. It was actually very good. That was our dinner :-)
It’s about 630pm now, and we’re hanging out inside the RV to escape the ...
... coursing down into the valley forming a perfect rainbow. A great joy of the hike was that we got to pass each waterfall yet again as we hiked the trail back to our car. We finished our day with driving the rest of the road to where it ends at St. Mary Lake, where we found a camp site nestled between a cliff band and the lake, a perfect spot to settle down to dinner and a book before dozing off, only to wake and find more adventure ...
... and searching I came up with the missing items. I felt like I did a days work just fixing what is a very simple, easy hurry up get on the road breakfast. this all happened to a person who is somewhat organized. We finally got on our way to a fun filled adventure day. Our plans are to go up US HWY 2 to Browning MT. Stop there for Gas which was cheaper than where we stayed overnight. It was only $ 3.59.9 per gal. Then we headed up north on US HWY. ...
... next campsite was a Harvest Host site- a brewery- Big Sky Brewing. When I planned the stop, I didn't know anything about the brewery but as we moved further and further west, I did notice the name and some of their beers. Most notably, Moose Drool. Big Sky Brewing was a fairly large microbrewery in an industrial section near the airport in Missoula. Our campsite was behind the brewery next to a large grassy field where they frequently hold concerts and events. They were ...
... up on The Ashes/Gareth Bale situation. Had leftover pizza and plastic beakers of cheap wine for dinner in our beds - bliss. On day 20 we drove the remaining 75 miles to Glacier NP. First impression was where the hell are the snow capped mountains?! Dr Randy in Yosemite told us it was cold up here already.... he lied. It's 30 degrees and there's no snow, it looks just like Yellowstone! We ...