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Jun 30, 2014 - Blackfeet Indian Reservation

We have stopped for the night in Browning where we plan to dry camp for the night here on the Blackfeet Indian Reservation. I am not sure how much sleep we will actually get as there seems to be a lot of festive people here! Between the fireworks and the preparations for the July 10-13 North American Indian Days there is a lot of noise! Browning information writes: "The celebration in Browning is always held the second week in July for four days. It is an intriguing way to see authentic Blackfeet traditions. Tipis are pitched on the powwow...

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Jul 28, 2011 - Glacier NP comes into view!

Well Glacier is finally within our sites. Highway US2 was a very long and for most part very uneventful drive. We did see some beautiful old buildings. Montana has sure been investing in wind technology. One strange thing we did see was Captain America walking US2 from West to East. I think I saw him on the news recently where he was walking across America for some cause. We are staying tonight in a campground on the Indian Reservation. Glacier and her peaks are right outside our door. We plan on moving to a campground just outside the...

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Our Big Trip

Sep 12, 2010 - Back in the USA Browning Montana

Hi Everyone Well we woke to a beautiful day. Bright sunshine, no clouds, lukewarm day. Maybe will even get a chance to wear shorts before the season is over!! We took off and drove to Glacier National Park today. What a beautiful ride. Only sad part was, if we really wanted to see a glacier, we would have had to drove back about an hour to the border and then 3 hours into the upper part of the park. We looked at each other and said no way! So we enjoyed what we had. As you can see from the pictures that the mountains and streams, lakes are...

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The Traveling Duo

Aug 23, 2009 - Icefields Parkway

The Ice fields Parkway is the most scenic drive in North America, we saved the best for last - (I think). We spent the weekend between Jasper National and Banff National Parks. Toured around Jasper, taking in all the sights from the truck as walking is out of the question for Bob. It is a popular ski area in the winter and summer attractions include fishing, horseback riding, rafting and boating so you can imagine the crowds. We were lucky to get a site for the night and we were in a park that had 781 sites. Our next stop was Athabasca...

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Jul 13, 2008 - North American Indian Days

This morning we attended the 8:30 service at Northridge Lutheran Church in Kalispell MT. It was the first Lutheran service we’ve attended during the sabbatical that was pretty much “by the book” (the “blue hymnal,” in this case). We chatted for a while after the service with Pastor Andy, the associate pastor; the senior pastor is currently on sabbatical. After leaving Kalispell, we passed through Glacier NP. It was a beautiful day to drive the Going-to-the-Sun Highway, but about a million other people had the same idea. It was just too much...

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