First we have an official sign to hang on our coach. We had it made when we were at the Escapade Rally.
I finally have a Wi-Fi connection so I can upload pictures. So here goes the last couple of weeks!
You already know we were in Glacier NP and did some star gazing. Now for the daytime pictures. We have taken 460 pictures between us. I won’t torture you with all of them. I will just try to pick the highlights.
First we went to the northern part of the park and took the road to the Many Glacier.
Next we took the Going-to-the-Sun-Road.
Going-to-the-Sun-Road is 45 miles, but it is very slow with construction and many hair pin turns. Good thing we only took the truck. When we reached the end, Apgar Village, we stopped to eat lunch. When we were parked we had a knock at the window. It was our friends that we first met at Bolder City, NV and again in Great Falls, MT. We had a nice lunch with Dennis and Suni.
Glacier NP is a Peace Park in cooperation with Canada. In Canada it is called Waterton Lakes National Park (Alberta, CA). So we dug out our passports and took the 30 mile drive north to Canada and Waterton NP. Actually, it was very much like Glacier.
Over the many months we have been on the road we have met so many different people and made many friends. Friends we keep in touch with and keep running into.
After we left St. Mary”s (Glacier NP) we went to the Elks Lodge in Coeur d’Alane, ID. It is a town in the northern part of the Idaho panhandle. What a beautiful place this is. It is right on the Coeur d’Alene Lake. We passed the time here in Idaho by taking a cruise around the lake as well as a drive along one of the area “Scenic Highways.” It was just beautiful
Tomorrow we leave for Grand Coulee Washington and the Grand Coulee Dam.
Life is Great on the Roan Road…