Well, we're waaaay behind in our blog entries as we've already visited 12 places and are on our 13th one right now. So, instead of many individual entries, we're going to combine them into one only. Enjoy the photos!
|Our trip so far....starting with Washington out west, all the way to Wisconsin|
WASHINGTON: The Dry Lake Falls were created by massive floods around 10,000 years ago. These cliffs are 400 feet tall and over 3.5 miles wide! The flood waters that came over the cliffs here were over 400 higher than you see here! This cliff area started 20 miles downstream and, as the water carved out the rock, it gradually moved upstream to where it is located today.
|Dry Lake Falls. Notice the yellow circle? There are three cars there...for scale.|
|Kootenai Falls. This is our favorite place to visit in Libby. We usually spend a few hours enjoying the rushing water while having some lunch.|
Glacier National Park, east side. We came here to do one thing only....go kayaking in the glacier lakes....so we did!
|This lake was surrounded on all sides with mountains this size. Fantastic!|
|Katie seems unimpressed by the spectacular scenery.|
HAVRE, MONTANA: First off, Havre is pronounced like "Have Her". We stayed one night only but the horses in the field in front of our RV like to come over to get some attention. Other than that, we just hung around the park and relaxed.
|Gotta little close, don't you think?|
CUSTER STATE PARK: We saw a Fourth of July parade in Custer City, did a little kayaking, hiking and just poking around.
|Look how calm the lake is. Very peaceful.|
|Parade started off with all the children. Love small town parades!|
|This is only the east bound traffic.|
|This is the Golden Spike Tower where you can go to the 8th floor to view the entire railyard.|
|One last image of an aerial view of all the rail tracks.|
|You'll have to ask about Steve's "hat".|