Saturday, July 2, 2011

Day Three | A little more driving, a new knitting project and ahhhh ... Glacier!

Day three was the shortest driving day, but felt the longest. We were ready to settle in one place.

We took 'the road less traveled' between Great Falls and Browning where we discovered a very scenic drive, but very few places to stop and use the bathroom. Annelies just couldn't wait, so we stopped at a 'variety store' of sorts. I was excited to find a large section of the store was dedicated to YARN! Yes, yummy hand-spun and hand-dyed yarn! Annelies bought some yarn to start a scarf and balled it while we drove.
We made it to East Glacier and discovered our 'Cozy Cabin' was just what we needed. It was cozy, but clean and had all the essentials we would need for the next few days. We unpacked the van and immediately headed into Two Medicine Lake of Glacier Park. It was amazing. While preparing for this trip everyone would tell us, "The views are absolutely amazing", "You won't be disappointed." We weren't.

We ended the evening having a light dinner at Two Medicine Grill and got some great advice from Aaron, our waitstaff, on hiking trails and things to see. A great first day in Glacier Park.

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