Following our workshop in Calgary, we drove back into the USA to cross the Rockies in Montana. Driving through Glacier National Park on Going to the Sun Road is one of the most spectacular drives. We plodded our way slowly, stopping every chance we got to take in the view and do some walks.
The weather closed in as we reached the top of the mountains, but the rain, snow and fog sure added a wildness to the spectacular atmosphere of the mountains.
Driving out of Glacier National Park, we headed west across Montana. The country flattens out and is dotted with small ranches.
Mobile road block occupying 100% of the bitumen.
We met this guy and his wife, who live in the woods at the foot of Glacier Nat. Park. Their dog chases away bears.
Crossing Idaho and into Washington the landscape turns to rolling hills of wheat and canola farms.
We reached an interesting little town called Hunters in Washington State. It looked like nothing much had changed there since the 1950’s. From here we turned North, drove back up into Canada and the Okanagan Valley for another workshop in the town of Kelowna.