Artemis Acres Paint Horse Ranch
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... times. First time we were at Lake McDonald Lodge and the second time at the western visitors center.
Glacier was spectacular. We have seen the Crown of the Continent as the Rocky Mountains in Glacier are called. We would return in a minute.
We are spending the night in Kalispell, 35 miles southwest of West Glacier. Tomorrow night we are in Helena and Tuesday night in Butte.
... little time off leash on the shore but we had to rein her in when four other people showed up. She was not much of a swimmer today. After spending some time in the lake and sun we decided we should move on to our stopping point for the day, Kalispell. We arrived into town, just in time for us to get settled, me to run out to the local grocery store downtown in search of salad, and get back for SYTYCD. Yes, we are nerds. ...
Great nights sleep and a lovely blue sky to greet us this morning at Flathead Lake. Plans for a morning swim disappeared as we decided to get up and go early and head for Hungry Horse, best place in the world for huckleberries according to Krista Wendle, our Montana expert friend...So by about 10am we were sitting in "The Huckleberry Patch" in Hungry Horse with a plateful of huckleberry pancakes each...just great! We managed ...
... The drive to Whitefish was nice and we learned how to adjust to the speed limit "mph".
Also the big, fatty pizza was filling our empty bellies.
But the biggest City of north western Montana tried to give us a pice to chew on. We drove some Circles around the crossroad where the hotel should be, till my brother suggested to ask and in a few minutes we found it.
After we checked into the ...
... 160; Glen: Sorry it's taken us awhile to get this icon of a National Park into our blog, but we wanted to be able to spare the time to write about it and upload a video. As Cliffy mentions above, my bike started playing up just after Sturgis.....yes I blame the 30 miles of corrugated dirt roads we rode in on.... but, yes I have to say that my GPS wiring technique was novel, but it worked, but didn't stand up to the vibration test that Sturgis through at ...