On our last full day in Montana, we visited Glacier National Park and drove the famous Going-to-the-Sun Road up and through the park. I think it was a 2 hour drive and it was beautiful the entire way! The road had just reopened the week before, due to snow still covering much of the road (in July), so we felt pretty lucky about our timing.
Hank only let mom or dad hold him the entire trip. So in every picture, one of us is holding Hank, while Aunt Erin or Uncle Dave was most likely carrying George.
I thought it was pretty unique that on Thursday we were on top of a snow covered mountain in Montana. On Friday, we were were back to sweating it out in the 110 degree summer at home. That just doesn't seem right.
There was a bit of construction on the way back down, but seriously, it was just so beautiful, it was OK that we were stopped here and there. At the very bottom, we lunched at a cute little cafe and then had giant Huckleberry ice cream cones. Well, some of us had the Huckleberry. Those that didn't (me), regretted it. Delicious! - Molly was nice enough to share a little.