Thronson's General Store and Motel
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... good day to walk the trail, too. What a surprise to meet up with them. Bear scat was mounded on the trail as well. I was relieved to not be surprised by one of them as we hiked. The trees were just beginning to turn color, and the meadow was dotted with the yellow, pink, red, and purple colors of fall wildflowers. Day three in the park brought the first snowfall of the season. At first we decided to weather the storm and see how the RV held up in freezing temperatures. It was ...
... shuttle service to do our exploring. I also knew that we were most likely not going to get a site inside the park, especially the ones closest to the main entrances. So while we suddenly and conveniently were able to change course without having to do any doubling back we were on our way to the East side, to St. Mary. That would prove to be a very good decision. Internet access in Montana is sparse at best. If you have Verizon you are ...
Our first impression of this park was not great, the main tourist attraction "The Road to the Sun" was closed and the campground was pretty average! We heard the campground at Many Glacier was nicer but fills quickly so after a night at Rising Sun campground we got up early to head to Many Glacier. This campground was beautiful and we were lucky enough to score ...
... Ignatius Loyola. In the following years it was the home of the first Jesuit theologate and industrial arts school in the Northwest, the first Catholic Sisters and Catholic school in Montana, and the first hospital, sawmill, flour mill, printing press, carpenter shop and blacksmith shop in the Mission Valley.
Today there remains only the Mission church, built in 1891 and now a ...
... indicates that the mountain lion has moved on. They routinely have bears that move through
After the nice visit we
returned to the east side of the park via the “Road to the Sun” and went to the
Park Café for sandwiches and pie. Every
time we have gone past the café, it has been swamped with people and it is most
famous for its pies, over fifteen different kinds. Waiter told us that the café makes ...