After last week’s family reunion in Glacier National Park, me and my messy hair decided to stick around the park for a couple of reasons.
1. I didn’t want to leave.
2. Some lovely ladies from Helena were headed up to Glacier Country and I felt it was my duty to be their tour guide in Glacier National Park for the day. Hey, it’s a tough gig but someone’s got to do it.
And because this girl is a big believer in cramming as much as you can into one day (especially when it stays light out for ridiculous amounts of time), my partner in crime and I departed Whitefish in the morning, bound for St. Mary to meet the rest of the girls with our sights set firmly on driving the Going-to-the-Sun Road to Logan Pass. And because we are good hostesses who just happen to love being outside, we felt it was our mission to soak in as much national park air, charm and jaw-dropping scenery as possible.
And soak it in we did.
Here’s a look at one of the loveliest summer days I’ve ever spent in the Crown of the Continent…
It was a good day. But I’ve got one question for my traveling partners: When are we going back?