I guess we'll just pull over and enjoy the show for awhile.
No stopping this march, nor getting out of one's car!
And of course, no outing is complete without
treats for the littles.
The next several hours took us through several high meadows, passes and across
rolling farm plains which stretched to the earth's curvature. Spellbinding vistas in all directions, anew over each mountain pass and through each canyon road.
And on we drove, marvelling at the vistas, not a town worth stopping for insight over the next eight hours. Passing access roads to Glacier National Park, while driving through Blackfeet Nation reservation lands, still no signs of life worth slowing down for.
Finally, across the border and into Canada, two towns north and we drove into Fort MacLeod Alberta, a town with no less than ten motels, and pizza/steal parlor and two liquor stores.
Okay, okay,enough driving for one day. We checked in to motel number two, walked across the street for brews and a loaded pie.