Meadow Lake Resort
Travel Blogs from Columbia Falls
... walk and got on the Morning Eagle for the ride across Lake Josephine
Began the hike up while it was overcast which was great
Learned lots of geology but also learned a bit of history as well; for instance I learned that Fishercap Lake, the lake near my campsite, was named for George Bird Grinnell and the unique hat he wore
The climb was enjoyable due to the cloud cover and the ...
Glacier National Park
Just thought we would add
one more blog…
On our departure from the
“tour” we decided to see Glacier National Park in Montana. It was an overcast
rainy day but quite beautiful, however, we were a bit jaded after all we had
seen. We stayed at a ...
... cream product and I don't think I better risk it as we are going to be in the car for several Hours. But I do have to get a couple of sips of Manuel's drink, yummy! Our plan once we enter the park is to take the "Going to the Sun" route, which is basically the southern half of Glacier National Park. We do not have time to do both the northern and southern parts of the park. The park is gorgeous! We drive along McDonald Lake and head to Logan Pass. We did stop at McDonald Lodge ...
... taxi and had Glenn as our narrator. He is VERY INFORMATIVE of what happened here when the Indians were here claiming their territory, etc., etc.
Enjoy these pictures with us. Wish you could be here to enjoy it with us.
... It features general western articles and historical items that help tell the story of W. F. "Buffalo Bill" Cody's life. We spent quite a few hours looking round at the various species of animals that are resident in Yellowstone. The galleries of guns & rifles, ensured Mike was in his element, & we thought how much Lance & Levi Wolfe would love this place. The artwork, clothing brought to life the history ...