Boat ride and then riding the Plains

Trip Start Jun 05, 2007
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Trip End Jul 26, 2007


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Tuesday, July 17, 2007

My morning at KOA was yet another reason in a long list that NOBODY should ever camp at a KOA.  Every KOA campground has been dysfunctional, overpriced, and set up where you camp right on top of your beighbor's site.

At 10PM I took a boat tour on St. Mary Lake in Glacier National Park.  It was a scenic thirty minute boat ride on a glacial lake in between the mountains.  When we got off I wnt on a three mile roundtrip hike with a park ranger.  She led us to a beautifu;l waterfall along the way.












After arriving back from the boat I left Glacier National Park behind and drove to Browning, Montana.  Here I stopped to visit the Plains Indian Museum.  They had many displays of PLains Indians' clothes, tools, and crafts.  From there I drove 3-4 hours south.  The drive was great and exactly how I would picture the Plains with gentle rolling yellow hills and mountains in the background.

I spent the night in Helena.
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