We camped several days at St. Mary’s on the east side of Glacier National Park. We were almost surrounded by mountains and had a beautiful sunset show every evening. Even though the sun went behind the mountains well before sunset, the evening glow would be reflected on the eastern mountains when the clouds turned navy and pink. Every night it […]
Historic Mining Camp – National Historic Landmark. Constructed in 1852 by Capt. J. Mullan. Photographed at St. Regis, southwest Montana. I hope you enjoy a “lingering look at these windows”.
North Dakota, US-12 East
I just posted about Three Arches in Glacier National Park, saying that we took the Red Bus Tour. Isn’t this one beautiful bus? The buses were built between 1936 and 1939 by the White Motor Company of Cleveland, Ohio. In 2002, Glacier Park, Inc, the Ford Motor Company, the National Park Foundation, and many others made it possible for the […]
The most popular drive in Glacier National Park is Going to the Sun Road – and for very good reason. It is a beautiful drive, at least for the person not driving. The road is narrow, steep, and curvy so the driver needs to keep eyes on the road at all times. Besides that the only thing keeping cars from […]