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Day 28/29/30: Whitefish, Montana
Amanda and I were campground spoiled coming from grasslands national park. We thought every campground should be beautiful, have lots of wildlife, and be almost completely empty. We had made plans to meet up with my twin brother Arlo and his girlfriend Meaghan in Whitefish Montana. Because we are driving machines we decided to do the drive all in one ...
... stickers on older trucks. Lots of buyers from Canada, just seven miles away. Not
a bad deal until the property taxes push the natives out. People here
make less than thirty-thousand per year and not many make that.
That takes care of Friday and Saturday,
except for the group of young men and women, forest fire fighters,
who came down to the river late Saturday afternoon. It didn't take
long to see they were not locals. Some were recent vets, ...
... July. Instead of getting upset, they decided that since the outside looked like Christmas they would decorate the inside for Christmas. They did and celebrated Christmas. The Park service continues the tradition in their honor. Glacier does it in July and Yellowstone in August.
Well after sleeping in I decided to take a Red Bus tour instead of driving myself. The Red Buses have ...
I took the boats back to the Many Glacier lodge and my car. I drove on to St. Mary and the start of the Going the Sun Road. I drove to Rising Sun and did my second boat tour on St. Mary Lake. This tour had only one stop with a short walk to a water fall. It was a crazy windy, cold day and the water was very choppy. We had waves breaking over the boat at times. Good thing I had my hoodie with me so I won't get cold.
By the time ...
... In Europe, separated by 3420 miles. Here, only 70. Seen out the window: lots and lots of farmland and blue skies, not enough cows. But, for about three seconds, a breathtaking sight. As we were pulling out of a station in Montana we were just gaining speed and running along side us were 4 wild horses. Variations of brown and black with beautiful flowing manes. Just all power, speed and grace. Also seen near the entrance to Glacier National Park: a golf course. ...