This girl spend her Wednesday in Glacier National Park driving the Going-to-the-Sun Road.

The best part?

Hmmm…I’m not sure if it was the nice gate lady at West Glacier (happy and friendly–a great way to start a day in the park), cruising 50 miles through the heart of Glacier with the window down, admiring the colorful wildflowers, visiting with folks at Logan Pass and on the Great Lodges of Glacier Tour, perusing the educational displays at the St. Mary Visitor Center or simply reveling in the absolute majesty of what the Blackfeet Nation calls the “Backbone of the World.”

The first stop of my day.
Climbing up the road.
Stopped for construction...not a bad view. 😉
6,646 feet
Logan Pass
Sunrift Gorge. One of my favorite places in Glacier.
Proof I was there!
The view of Wild Goose Island.

Any way you slice it, I was exactly where I was supposed to be.


August 11, 2011

Related: American Indian, Glacier National Park, Road Trips


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