I spent the night in Whitefish, great town, relaxing and a good place to start your Glacier National Park tour. It was a nice ride to the park passing through some nice roads and the town of Dead Horse. I arrived at the park and was taking my welcome to the park picture, when two young ladies pulled up and offered to take my picture in exchange for theirs next to the sign. Nice girls and just having a great time. Road to Glacier NP. Welcome to Glacier NP. Test shot after dropping the camera, good thing it bounced off of my boot. I headed into the park and was told I could only ride in 16 miles of the 50 mile Going To The Sun Highway. To me it was better than bypassing a great park. I rode along and saw a lot of great sights, I know my pictures do not do justice but I try to portray as best I can. Heading in. Lake McDonald. McDonald Creek. Glacier National Park. End of the road. Red Car Tours. Snack Break. Nice Bike! After leaving the park I started my head east. I stopped for a shot at the Continental Divide and a shot of East Glacier that is located in the Blackfoot Reservation. Continental Divide, all down hill from here. East Glacier National Park. Last look back. Coming Attractions. After that it was riding across the Northern Plains and stopping in the last town of any significant on US-2 before North Dakota, Havre. I inquired about the town name from a local while having supper. It is pronounced Have Her, named after two men fighting over a saloon girl, one finally said Have Her, and there you go. As you know a lot of towns out west have histories like this. They are great and they are plain. Well folks another day done, tomorrow I should be in the Dakotas. It was a 300 mile day, feeling great! _________________ Jim Moss IBA #8426 MOA #32559 No account saddle bum.