Lodge at Whitefish Lake
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... if I could have handled the cold, I probably could have climbed onto an iceberg. But the water looked a lot deeper – after all, even the dumb high school kids didn’t get in. Across the lake, we could see Grinnell Glacier to the left and Salamander Glacier high up and in the middle. Salamander Falls flowed down from the glacier into the lake. The water was such a beautiful color and there were many icebergs floating in the ...
... free in the wild exactly as nature intended. I just wish we could direct them towards the Hillbillies and their savage dogs!
That evening and for the whole of the following day, we had the Log Cabin to ourselves. Jim and his friend were travelling to the East Coast for a few days to an OCD Vegan Convention of some sort. So after 2 long days of exploring Glacier, we decided to have a day without any ...
... and it was in the 30's in the morning, the road was closed and didnt open till July 18. Today it was in the 70's and wide open. Yay!
... was a camping area the kids had stayed at previously and a great photo stop.
In Polson, we visited The Miracle of America Museum. Gill, the founder, has collected everything from small dolls and trinkets to tanks and trucks. The museum cover about 3 acres with inside and outside displays. AMAZING is my word to explain this maze of Americana. An hour later we were back on the road. Lunch break at Westsure State Park, beer o'clock tasting at ...
... warm as toast. There's only one problem and that's that should nature call, I'm am so not going out into the night to our teepee. There are bears in these woods. Seriously! I sleep with the bear spray next to my bed. Glacier National Park is around 6 miles from our camp and we have no transport. Nor is there any public transport, and so we hitch a lift to the park entrance, or, on a couple of occasions take a taxi (very expensive @ $40 each way). Over the next three ...