West Glacier Motel
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... we drove west back to campground. Wed it rained most of day so decided to extend stay for 2 more nights. Thu we hiked to Avalanche Lake, beautiful hike. Fri turned out to be as close to a prefect day as one could wish for. Drove back to Logan Pass again for some beautiful views. Tuesday pictures are at end of ...
Glacier National Park is beautiful. We drove into the park on 2 different days, walked
a path through a grove of huge cedars and went wading in the icy cold stream. We stayed at a great campground with lots of
trees and had campfires every night.
... lakes and streams on the side roads/trails. There was so much to see --- Heavens Peak at 8,987 feet, tunnels, Continental Divide, Haystack Creeks waterfalls, Logan Pass which is the highest point of the drive, Jackson Glacier, St. Mary's Lake, Elk, Mountains goats (a Momma and her two babies) and much much more. This place is an engineering marvel. You just can't even imagine something this good.......you really ...
... about 3 cars away from us there were two Bison stood in the middle of the road having a meeting! Once the Bison decided to let everyone pass we moved on a little way before once again we were prevented going further by the cars suddenly coming to a halt in front of us…low and behold there was Sevi's bear…on the side of the road, in the grass, munching away and oblivious to our interest and snapping cameras. The best way to see one in my ...
... Montana. Joe went on to a distinguished career, returning to his Salish Kootenai Indian tribe to start the Salish Kootenai College. The school now enrolls 1200 students, both Indian and non-Indian people.
We then drove to West Glacier to stay at the Silverwolf Log Chalet, a neat little resort near Glacier National Park.