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It stormed overnight and for a short time had knocked out the power. CJ had kindly offered us the shed to house the bikes and it was lovely to have dry seats and bags in the morning. Today CJ had made the most yummy blueberry muffins and we proceeded to polish them all off.
We left Fletcher Falls Lodge and headed for the Balfour ferry …
met ons gaat het goed. Sorry voor de weinige tekst dat gisteren op de blog verschenen is maar er zaren technische problemen en nu zitten we in een motel op een opembare pc waardoor we dus ook geen foto en grote verhalen kunnen opline zetten.
Vandaagwas een zware dag, we hebben ongeveer 153 km gereden met +- 2000 …
... young mule deer lead
us for about a half mile down the road.
The deer refused to leave the road but just kept a slow pace in front of
the van. Wildlife here has little fear
We finally made it to
Kelly’s Camp and I went to the first cabin to inquire if anyone knew the
Medlicotts. I learned that both Pam and Sue were at their
cabins just several down. We were greeted
with open arms. We visited ...
... quite hot you could only see them way off in the distance lying down under the shade of one of the mountains.
Next I did the famous Highline trail which is a narrow trail about 100m above the Going To The Sun Road. If you have a fear of heights this hike is not for you. There is one part where you need to hold onto a chain cable that is fixed by rock bolts into the rocks so you don’t fall off and down the mountain. 2 weeks before our shuttle driver spotted a Grizzly Bear ...
... the Hungry Horse Dam and the Big Mountain Ski Resort's gondola. I am so glad she did because I had no clue what to do. We packed up our room and rental car and were off! We drove through West Glacier and then onto Hungry Horse. Upon reaching the visitor's center, Grandpa goes, "Well, dam!" Har har har. It was actually interesting because they told about the legend of the mighty hungry horses (see sidebar 1). The ...