Thursday, June 26, 2014

Glacier NP...Oh, Canada!

We left W Yellowstone after breakfast yesterday, needing to be close to the Canadian border for our border crossing today.

We've been to the western side of Glacier NP often, but had neglected the eastern side. We arrived at the St. Mary entrance late afternoon to learn that there was only 13 miles of open road on this side of the park--Logan Pass is expected to be open next week. Bugger.

Oh well, we hopped in the car and enjoyed the views as far as we could go. I saw several elk on this hillside just a bit down the road, after snapping this photo

And this park vehicle had to vie for a spot in the road, hauling tourists around:

On our way back to the campground just inside the park, a wolf crossed the road in front of us. No time for a photo! He wanted to be safe and was fast.

So today is the day we meet up with 7 other motor homes for a 19 day adventure in the Canadian Rockies--17 people, all total. MM and I have seen a few of the places we will visit, but we will also visit many places unseen by us, all with a group of good people.

I have set up a blog for the caravan, and will post as able. Not every CG has Internet, but we will seek it out and y'all can see the fun we are having and learn a little about the different areas:

Follow along and say howdy to the group!

Life from the always changing, y'all!

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Sandee said...

Oh boy, I'm coming along. I've never been to Canada. It should be fun.

Have a fabulous day. Big hugs to you and tons of scritches to the babies. ♥♥♥

Barb and the Gs said...

I've already visited the new blog for this ramble. Let's GO!

big hugs xoxo

Joy said...

Just bookmarked the new blog - have a wonderful time!

Jean(ie) said...

Yippeee! More road trip. Bummer missing the road by a week. Hope the crossing was uneventful. Good thing is that you can relax while you wait in line. LOL!

Empress Bee (of the high sea) said...

sounds like such fun!

smiles, bee