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Travel Blogs from Whitefish
... up and I know he could see the heavy pack and told me about the hiker/biker sites; I said I had seen one but that it had tents there already; he said you could put more in. Aha! I finally found the way to C found a site with a very helpful guy who was just leaving; he helped me figure it out and gave me good hints about the Highline Trail I got my tent site set up paid my money 5$ per night! Texted Jer told ...
... a beautiful reservoir and is really cool looking. We enjoyed learning about the history of the structure and the mechanics. You know how I love a good turbine and penstock. Next, we went to Whitefish and ascended Whitefish Mountain. Took a wrong turn, ended up next to the lake, and then got on the right road. We climbed and climbed and finally got to the village. Think Smugglers' Notch on steroids. We took the ...
... 3 kids through relentless, snow barricaded winters.
That night, we chatted with a guy who has been hiking in Glacier every year for the last decade or so. His enthusiasm, knowledge and totally motiveless perspective was a real game changer for me. He initiated the conversation by asking us what our comfortable hiking distance was - to which I firmly responded 6-8 miles. By the end of the conversation, he drastically increased my enthusiasm ...
... a drive along a lonely dirt road, that went up the mountain. The
further we drove, the more snow, until side tracks were completely covered. We had our memorial meeting down one of these little tracks completely surrounded by snow laden pines. It was so nice.
Mike tried hard to get the car bogged, see a grizzly, he left me filming while he drove across a bridge, hoping a bear would appear, but ...
... valley. We were here many years ago. We wanted to stay in the historical part of town but there aren't any hotels there - just b&b's which would have been fine but none of them took dogs. So we ended up at a Best Western again. They are ok - clean and they take dogs but except for the one in Hood River, Oregon, they are just a place to sleep. Had dinner at a pizza place - getting sick of road food! The next morning we ...
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