Lodge at Whitefish Lake
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... was that the guy in the visitor center told us which two fields the bison were in, so that prevented us from driving the whole loop which could have taken up to 2hrs. So after about 30min, we were on our way to Glacier NP.
We arrived at the park at about 1:30, checked in, and setup camp at Fish Creek. We then headed north along Lake McDonald until we got to the trailhead for "The Trail of the Cedars." It was ...
... mountain goats, bison and bighorn sheep all kept us scanning the landscape for movement and the next sighting. A full day of cold rain grounded us for a bit, but we were proud to be part of the hardy few in the nearly deserted campground that stuck out the rain in a tent.
From there we finally crossed the US border into Glacier National Park, Montana. We stayed two wonderful nights in the Many ...
... through the centre of the tent. The camp hosts offered ear plugs which we gratefully accepted. Whitefish was a very touristy place with some great restaurants and gift shops along the main street. We had some great pizza and a local micro brewery beer to wash it down. met some lovely Aussie ladies from Melbourne while late night grocery shopping in Safeway. Tomorrow we tackle The Going to the Sun Road in Glacier National ...
... get and then proceed to jack it up and bling it out. As a result some suburbs look like a monster truck derby is in town! Pete's small (by comparison) T100, for the most part, remains pretty tame. When reading his rego label I notice that the govt authority had abbreviated Toyota to "Toy" and, as such, it simply read: "Toy Truck". So I thought that "Tonka" (after the indestructible toys) would be an appropriate name for his underdog workhorse.
After I ...
... path...is that the sun...there’s gotta be a bear around the corner...oh look, there’s the lake lake - wait, where did it go?...and now we are on a blessedly beautiful ferry back...”, venture! Despite my completely unadulterated humor, it really was a memorable exit to the park.
Besides the occasional trip into town, we pretty much stayed in the seclusion of the park for 10 days. There was one day we attempted to connect ...