Travel Blogs from Whitefish
... away but had lost
track of Billy and the girls. Using
Google, we located a newspaper article which featured Billy’s years of spending
the summers in Glacier and her love of hiking and Glacier. At the time the article was written Billy was
90 years and still hiking over 200miles per year in Glacier. The only other clue we got from the article
was that the cabin was located in an area called Kelly’s Camp. I guess you are wondering ...
... The Sun Road was Logan Pass. We were the only people in the minivan shuttle bus so the driver let me sit in the front seat so I could get better photos. It was a clear beautifully sunny day and the drive was absolutely breathtaking with so many amazing mountain vistas around every corner you could almost cry, it would have to be one of the most beautiful drives in the world. If there is a hiker's paradise, it must be Glacier National Park in Montana. With rugged mountains decked ...
... truly not much to see, anyone who is familiar with his work (not I) will say so. Even so, the fact that it is here shows that the city could handle ultra-modernism as well back in the day as today. He put it here for a reason. These are the thoughts that plague me wandering the city alone. A travel partner would certainly be nice; I think that's why I haven't taken days off, and don't really intend to. I can take ...
... Park. It was very high, snowy, covered with waterfalls, and cold. It got down to 43 degrees at the top of a mountain! It was a beatuiful sight to see. We then went to lunch at a lodge in Glacier. It was yummy!!! After lunch we went to a mountian at Glacier where we were above clouds, surrounded by snow, and cold. We then started back to the RV park. Once ...
... things to happen. The first possibility was Julie Andrews was going to come dancing out of the next green meadow we passed with a chorus of trained chimpmonks singing sweet mountain songs written by John Denver. Somehow this never came to pass. I did however continue to hold out hope for possibility number two which went something like this. As the mountain meadows and fields of wildflowers gave way to intricately carved rock faces, I fully expected to hear a voice from ...
How has this motel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center