Bar W Guest Ranch
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We left Spokane Valley around 7:45 a.m. for the 4-1/2 hour drive to Whitefish, Montana. It took us about ten minutes to cross the Idaho state line. BKL left a little later than we did but beat us to Whitefish because we made a couple of stops which included a detour in St. Regis for fresh cherries. They were the best cherries I have ever eaten. Dark black, big, plump, sweet, and juicy ones! The guy had prewashed them and they were even chilled. Delish!
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... groceries. Just waiting outside the Super 1 Supermarket. It can get quite cold especially with the wind blowing. Temp right now is 74 deg Farenheit or ~23 deg Celsius. Will head back to the lodge after this. It has been a fantastic day. Was really stunned by the sheer beauty of the park. It's like nothing I've seen before and I'm still in awe of the place. Fantastic! Thank you, God for giving us such a wonderful world to live in. Truly even the rocks cry out your ...
... 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 ...
Day 9. Wednesday 20th August. Fernie to Eureka. With Matt's wrist strapped up and our bellies full of as many free pancakes as we could manage, it was time to hit the road again. We had a nice time relaxing in Fernie, it has a nice feel to it and everyone was very helpful including a poor librarian who agreed to fax Matt's insurance details for us, not realizing it would take nearly an hour of faffing! On leaving Fernie we cycled through one ...
From our cabin it is about a 30-mile drive to Logan Pass on the Going to the Sun Highway, a tortuous route of narrow roads and hundreds of turns. But the views are magnificent. The smog is gone and we could finally see some of the amazing vistas. After we got to Logan Pass we traveled east to St. Mary's Lake and ...