Meadow Lake Resort
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMeadow Lake Resort Columbia Falls
Excellent Hotel! Really a a time-share complex at a golf course, but the room is really nice. It even has a little balcony overlooking the pond and golf course.
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U Today was the much anticipated Going to the Sun Road ride through Glacier National Park. There has always been a lot of hype about this ride, so after Iron Mountain Road and Beartooth Highway, it would take a lot to impress us. But this ride more than lived up to the hype, I can't imagine a more beautiful ride …
It's Father's Day, and even though it was nice of my children to remember me on Father's Day, it reminds me of my own father that I lost a long time ago, but who I still miss. So, I hope all the fathers out there had half as much fun as I am having on this Father's Day, in spite of being away from my family.
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The scenery as we drove quickly south through the Yukon and then southeast in British Columbia was beautiful, with fresh snow on the mountain tops and the hillsides spectacularly mottled red and yellow with autumn. It's ...
... they were doing. They were Blackfeet Indians to be politically correct -- Native American Indians from the Blackfeet tribe (we have been on/through/near the Blackfeet Indian Reservation which borders Alberta, Canada and the eastern side of Glacier National Park aka East Glacier) and the man tells me they are pulling "sarvisberry" or "serviceberry". They are smaller than blueberries and they use them to make jellies, pies, wine, and blessings. ...
Our night started out with a bang, lots of banging. It was about 11:30pm, I was posting photos of our trip on Facebook. It 1st sounded like someone was trying to break into the RV then a banging on the truck. I turned on the light above the door and looked out the side window. There was a huge bear in the bed of our truck hitting on the tool box then he/she tried to move the ice chest.
I yelled for Dale, why, ...