This week has flown by in a blur–a blur I tell you!

Probably because I’ve had my little blonde head everywhere from Essex to Missoula and Columbia Falls to Hamilton with many stops in between. But…I wouldn’t have it any other way.

This past seven days had me celebrating Glacier National Park’s Centennial and the volunteers and folks who helped make it possible, taking a trail ride in a gentle rain with golden tamaracks as the backdrop, dining at Tupelo, hiking in the rain and snow in Glacier National Park with Glacier Guides, touring breweries, driving along Flathead Lake, making new friends and bunking at The Izaak Walton Inn with trains rumbling gently by in the night.

Our trail riding crew at The Bar W in Whitefish

Glacier National Park Centennial Event

Early morning mist along the Mission Mountains

Driving along Flathead Lake

What can I say except that it’s been a great week…And maybe we can do it again next week?

TT

October 29, 2010

Related: Autumn, Fall, Glacier National Park, Road Trips

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