Monthly Archives: July 2010

Havre, MT

Havre is a town of 10,000 located 20 miles east of Kremlin. It is the largest city on the Hi-Line and the eighth largest city in Montana. It even has a Wal-Mart. “Small grids of purple colored squares can be … Continue reading

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Kremlin, MT

Today we headed out to Kremlin, Montana, to visit our friends Ed and Judy Fallo. Kremlin is located on the north side of US Highway No. 2, the northern most east-west route across Montana known as The Hi-Line. At the … Continue reading

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Flower Study

Today we just went driving around in the mountains on the much less traveled roads in the park. Linda likes looking at wild flowers and I ended up taking pictures for her.

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Glacier National Park

The going to the sun road is the main feature of Glacier National Park other than the incredible mountain scenery. Going to the Sun Road is the only road through the heart of Glacier National Park in Montana. It was … Continue reading

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Yellowstone Park – 4

We decided to head to the north end of the park today and found quite a bit of thermal activity. We thought that most of the thermal activity was in the south around Old Faithful. The south end has most … Continue reading

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Yellowstone Park – 3

Today we headed over to check out the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone. There are many waterfalls with the highest being around 300 ft. As is the case in most national parks there is much road construction . The parks got … Continue reading

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Yellowstone Park – 2

There is quite a variety of wildlife in the park and it is wherever you find it. When anyone spots some wildlife they immediately stop (hugh traffic jam) so that anyone coming has ample time to admire it. We even … Continue reading

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