Johnson's of St. Mary
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Great views in a rustic campground, close to the eastern entrance to Glacier National Park. Friendly personnel and people in the park.
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Campfire breakfast and moved on toward Banff, moving a little slowly since we changed time zones when we crossed into Alberta. Stopped at the Columbia Icefields and viewed the glacier. It is big and terminates right in front of the visitor's center. There are Brewster busses that ride out onto the glacier and also a glass viewing platform. Crowded …
... off in the Jeep to explore a bit. IT wasn’t long before we stopped for a bear crossing the road!
The scenery along the way is beautiful – a postcard everywhere you look.
We are going on the Red Bus Tour – Big ...
... door we went. A bit down the road we saw a grocery store that appeared very promising from the outside. Inside we were greeted by more interning European students! I got some water, beer, turkey, cheese, bread and a couple snacks that the kids slid into the cart and left them $80 dollars. Considering the cost of the lunch that we bailed on, I thought it was a bargain. We have a deal that no one is allowed to talk about the cost of the gas, ...
... fields of different colors - so picturesque. There are huge wind turbine farms here, too, and when we were going through a town, we saw a blade on display with some signs explaining exactly how they work. Boy are they big! They are pretty quiet, though, just making a whoosh, whoosh, whoosh sound.
... Cedars. It is an easy 1 mile roundtrip trail on a handicap accessible boardwalk that winds its way through old growth cedar and hemlock trees and Avalanche Creek. Its a very pretty short hike and great for people who have children in strollers, who may be in a wheel chair or on crutches or for the elderly that can not tolerate longer length hikes. It was a pretty hike and I enjoyed it. Those were some of the largest trees I had ...