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Somewhere on Highway 49 between Cut Bank River and St. Mary.

The drive down from the Canadian border has been wonderful with all the brilliant fall colors
and abundant wildlife viewing: grizzly bears, black bears, moose, elk, whitetail deer, mule deer,
and bison in addition to all the free range cattle wandering around all over the roads everywhere!

Spent 3 or 4 nights in Waterton National Park and 3 nights in Glacier National Park.
Logan Pass in Glacier was closed 2 days ago due to ice and snow.  Every time I've been in this area
it's been either early spring or late fall and I have yet to be able to drive over the Going To The Sun Highway.

I guess I'll just have to come back and visit during the summer months so I can drive everywhere and
go on all the boat tours.  Waterton, St. Mary, and East Glacier are all boarded up and look like ghost towns.
There are only a handful of visitors in the parks, mostly photographers because wildlife viewing is excellent
this time of year, and outside the park there are a few hunters roaming around. 

The little border town of Babb is really nice, there is not much of any thing there, if you blinked
while driving through you'd miss it, but the locals are wonderful and graciously extended me a
great deal of old western hospitality while I was in the area.  
-  Astrocat


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