The Journey is the Objective

August 29, 2017

For my last full day in Glacier, I wanted to drive up to Polebridge, a remote area on the west edge of the park, near the U.S. border with Canada.  Polebridge is a part of Glacier where the roads are unpaved and nature is pristine.   

Before heading north, I did a little more campsite recon.  This time I drove through the Fish Creek Campground, just a few minutes north from Apgar. It's a large campground with serval loops and many great sites.   Fish Creek is different for a couple of reasons; they take reservations and they have showers.  Since there are no pay showers in the park, this can be an imp...

August 29, 2017

I woke up early to a bustling campground.  I made coffee in my Stanley french press and cooked eggs for breakfast tacos on the Coleman Duel Fuel Camp Stove.  After breakfast, I considered loading the MiniTrail and migrating to another campground.  

In first-come-first-serve campgrounds, changing campsites has to be done as early as possible because the best campgrounds have to be snatched up when ealry risers vacate for the day.  It's nice to drive without the extra weight on the rear bumper, so I decided to keep the my current campsite.  I left the MiniTrail and Moto-Transporter locked to the picnic table...

August 26, 2017

After two days exploring Yellowstone, it was time to head north out of Wyoming.  I'm headed to Glacier National Park in northeast Montana.  There's a couple of ways to get there from Yellowstone but the journey is the objective

I've decided to take the longer route through Missoula, home to the University of Montana.  I've alway wanted to visit Missoula but had never made it up there.  I lived in Boulder, Colorado for 10 years and had always heard Missoula described as a smaller, less populated Boulder.

I was starting out from Yellowstone's Canyon Village Campground located at the east intersect...

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