Bay Point on the Lake
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- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Indoor pool
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
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... 2 mile hike into St. Mary's Falls. They were . . . well see for yourself.
On the east side of the continental divide it was sunny but when we reached Logan Pass (the divide) on our return it began to rain and remained drizzly all the way back to our cabin.
It's supposed to be sunny tomorrow.
We pulled into Whitefish KOA (all of about 20 miles from Lakeside, but who knew??) and once again, no one is here! It's actually a pretty cool park (some of them are) with a HUGE selection of things for the kids from BIG Blow up slides to indoor outdoor pools and a petting zoo. They even have frisbee golf and hot tubs for the bigger kids. Free breakfast is even provided. Sweet!
We cruised the park and picked our spot then headed out to West Glacier. Along the way you ...
Today was a day I had been looking forward to for some time. For the past few months I had followed the clearing of snow from the Going To The Sun Road and had frequently discussed with Dan the stresses of driving it v's the spectacular scenery. Well we didn't have to worry too much about the spectacular scenery, as we hit rain fairly soon after beginning the drive. The Going To The Sun Road crosses the Glacier National Park from East to West. It is only available to regular ...
... and pictures dedicated to that event. We went on to Bowman Lake to check out the camping. The road was VERY curvy, but the lake was beautiful. We were convinced we saw a bear on the trail, until it raised it's HUMAN arms! : ) To finish the evening, we ate at the Northern Lights Saloon and Cafe. With it's 360 degree mountain view, you can't go wrong. The pie was also to die for! Bought a bear claw at the very eclectic Polebridge Mercantile, and we were on our way back to the ...
... for the ferry. We boarded the ferry and its a 30 minute ride and the lake is calm. We disembark and head for the beautiful Crawford Bay we pass a beautiful camp ground and when we return to Canada we will stay here. We are riding the most beautiful winding twisty road and Kootenay Lake is on our right the entire way. We reach Boswell and stop at The Glass House. This house is made from glass embalming fluid jars. The guy who built it used to own a funeral parlour and used ...