Happy first day of autumn! I hope this finds you each well, relishing the past months of summer and looking forward to a beautiful fall.

Last week, I headed off for a few days with two of my favorite Montana ladies and some friends from Europe. We were together a total of five days (give or take a few hours) and definitely made the most of our time by exploring Western Montana’s Glacier Country and cramming in as much fun as we possibly could.

Our trip included exploring Whitefish, Missoula and Kalispell, sampling beer from Great Northern Brewery, zip lining/Walk in the Treetops at Whitefish Mountain Resort, a trail ride at Bar W Guest Ranch, lake cruises on Whitefish Lake and Flathead Lake, a red bus tour in Glacier National Park, checking out museums, rafting, hiking and eating delicious food from Whitefish to Somers and Missoula to Charlo. But instead of just telling you about it, I’m going to show you.

A boat ride aboard 'Lady of the Lake' on Whitefish Lake.
Traveling the Going-to-the-Sun Road in our red bus.
Beautiful McDonald Creek in Glacier National Park.
Lake McDonald Lodge, Glacier National Park
The Far West docking in Lakeside, Montana.
Ninepipes Museum in Charlo, Montana
A Kootenai Indian Dress on display at Ninepipes Museum.
A kayaker enjoying a late summer paddle on Brennan's Wave in Missoula, Montana.
We rode the Carousel!
Checking out a plane used by smokejumpers at the Smokejumper Visitor Center in Missoula, Montana.

Until next week,

September 23, 2011

Related: American Indian, Fall Fun, Food, Glacier National Park, Missoula, Road Trips, Summer Fun, Vacation, Whitefish


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