Over the river to Glacier Int’l. Park we went! Lucky for us it was a gorgeous day. Also lucky for us the chaperoning teacher wanted to talk to the kids at Lake McDonald first, so we stopped there briefly. I couldn’t help but take more pictures.
Then we went the back way out of the park over the North Fork of the Flathead River. There is true wilderness up this road, a rough, dusty road during traveling weather. It’s not uncommon to see bear and elk in this area, and campers must be cautious. Just before it ends at the Canadian border there’s a tiny community with a general store and a bar/restaurant, the Northern Lights. There are no utilities there, save propane for the restaurant, and you can order a fabulous pizza and eat by lantern light.
This day we stopped at a lovely camp, a learning “institute” for both kids and adults. I dropped off a class and came back empty so stopped along the way and took a few pics – I just can’t help myself!!!