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.
Today was just another travel day …
Tony's birthday today.
Even though it was sunny this morning at about 30° Tony and I figured it wouldn't do any good getting an early start to Glacier National Park because of the snow received yesterday. So we took our time getting started.
We stopped in Hungry Horse for breakfast at Patch's Alpine Grill before heading to West Glacier ...
... are a lot like blueberries, but they sort of "explode" with a tart flavor. They were good! Our bus jammer told us an average bear can consume 40,000 huckleberries in its lifetime.
On an unrelated topic, we ate out at a local restaurant the other night - always somewhat iffy with Nancy's gluten intolerance. Turns out the owner has to eat gluten-free, as does the waitress we had. The waitress referred us to a Super 1 store in ...
... over to the Glacier Park Lodge in East Glacier, where we would pick up the bus.
We hoped to see some critters while driving over there. Never expected to see horses on the road. The land just out side East Glacier is Blackfeet Indian Reservation. They believe in "free range" cattle and horses. So, that’s exactly what ...