Bigfork Mountain Lake Lodge
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... all of Western Montana.
We contemplate canceling our reservations for next week in East Glacier and leaving the area.
Then, that night, Friday night, the rain comes and a low pressure system sweeps through with a cooling breeze. We rise early to clear blue sunny skies. We urgently proceed into the park on Saturday confident that the conditions have improved and knowing the park will be crowded on this glorious weekend day. The conditions were magnificent ...
... very steep and slippery for the bike and wheelchair tires...AND THEN ... it turned to dirt and got narrower and filled with rocks and roots. At one point a small tree had fallen across the path blocking me, so, Bob got off his bike to lift it so I could lean over and go under it. Well, I leaned too far and took a spill...SPLAT! The wheelchair, bike and me all fell over on our side on the trail. Bob and I figured out how to get me up and eventually managed to do it. No one else was ...
... so cold that the mud on the horses had frozen to their fur!).
Tomorrow I’m going to do some skeet shooting, then another afternoon of horse riding. I’ll also go into town at some point to have a little look around and maybe buy a souvenir or two.
Of course, whilst I've been travelling across the world my car, whom my best friend kindly offered to take care of, has jumped at the opportunity to rebel in my absence and ...
... is the communication back home, including our new toy--TravelPod! It takes lots of time to edit pictures and write something cogent and interesting at each significant stop.
When we left I envisioned lots of cool evenings spent outside, reading and listening to the sounds of nature in the woods around us. Well, there has been only one of those evenings. First, in most cases it has been cooler in Texas than wherever we were! They are ...
... Fabulous sticky buns, huckleberry bear claws, focaccia bread. Then we continued on to Bowman Lake on an even more rutted road. It was the prettiest of the lakes we've seen in the park. Lots of deer around the lake but no bears! It's been a wonderful visit to another of Americas treasures. Tomorrow we depart and cross into Canada. It's will be our longest drive. So we'll get up at 5:30 with Lucy and hit the road ...