Update-I tried the Montana hot sauce. There was nothing about Montana in it but it was decent because it was habanero based and not jalapeno based.
Now to today’s topic. The glue that holds Glacier National Park together for the casual visitor is the Going-to-the-Sun road. Unfortunately, it’s tough to get a good picture from a moving car. Here’s a video that tells about the road:
They say that if you have fear of heights stay on the driver’s side, especially from East to West where that side is closest to the cliff and if you can’t avoid sitting on that side of the car, don’t look down
There’s the Many Glacier Hotel which was built almost 100 years ago. Around this time of year in 1936, there was a huge fire around Many Glacier. Buildings were lost but not his hotel. Some guests (instead of being evacuated) stayed to save the hotel by removing burning cinders from the roof.
We were on the road and found a spot where there were a lot of stopped cars with people looking and pointing at the hillside. There was a grizzly bear on the hill, but all He saw was a flash of its back and He didn’t get any good pictures. Then a car with Chinese tourists stopped and asked Him what was going on. He said that a bunch of people decided to stop, look up and start pointing to see how many cars would stop. Five seconds later He told them the truth and everyone had a good laugh.