Grouse Mountain Lodge
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... Logan Pass (6,646ft) and I thought the Amalfi Coastal road was narrow - and to paraphrase ex football Manager, Sir Alex Ferguson, there were a few squeaky bum moments on ascent and descent. We did manage to snatch bits of scenery and glimpses of wildlife along the way, including the Jackson Glacier (the only one visible on the road) and a Grizzly Bear (there was a convoy of traffic parked up with telescopes and binoculars) a guy pointed it out ...
... and then to Salt Lake City, Utah. So I went online and also found that my baggage was sent to Salt Lake City, so yet another problem to contend with! LOST BAGGAGE!
Our flight finally got underway and we arrived in Kalispell at nearly 2 a.m. I then spent about half an hour trying to find someone in this deserted small airport who could open up the baggage claim to see if my luggage made it. Luckliy for Delta my luggage was there, or else I may ...
... train was supposed to leave the station at 9:16. It ended up arriving at 11. We got on, didn't get the nice seat that we had had before, but one that was facing another one. This was good, because Grandpa was able to put his feet up on the seat in front of him. We displaced a younger guy, but I've stopped feeling bad about it because it is more important that Grandpa stays healthy. Sidebar 1 Apparently, these mountain ...
Today was an early start, I wanted to be at Many Glacier at least half an hour before the boat tour. I made it with plenty of time. This tour went around one lake then dropped us at a land bridge. We had to walk up and then down about 300 yds to the next lake. A boat took us to the another side were we could hike. I decided to go up towards the glacier. It wasn't possible to go to the glacier as they had had snow and at least 1.5 miles were ...
... some the pictures! After a long day in the sun (Red Bus has an open top) and crossing the border twice, we were very tired and went back to the cabin for a rest.
Our last night was particularly memorable because we were able to see a lot of wildlife. Our days always ended with trips out to Two Dog Flats to see the animals that come out of the forest to feed. This time we were able to see a Coyote, Elk, Moose, and a Grizzly Bear. Yeah, all of them!! ...