It was a pleasure to drive through the Blackfeet Indian Reservation and the Blood Indian Reserve, from the eastern Montana side of Glacier National Park to the Canadian side in Waterton Lakes National Park. The Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park was named a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1995, and it is a richly diverse ecological wonder. Watertown is also home to the iconic Prince of Wales Hotel (dating from the early 1920s) which sits on a wildly windy precipice overlooking Upper Waterton Lake.
It was wildflower season in the park, which added to already dramatic scenery, and we loved the red Adirondack chairs beckoning us to rest. The Canadian National Park Service places these chairs in gorgeous locations all over the country as a call to sit and appreciate…what an idea! When we finally reached sensory overload, we found refuge by taking afternoon tea in the lobby of the Prince of Wales Hotel. Very close to Heaven.
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Gorgeous. Send them to the tourism bureau! I want to go.
Dick looks at peace with the world. Nice! I remember driving into Glacier national park with the cows roaming and no fences. Still no cattle fences east of the park?
Still no cattle fences…all a great treat. Thanks for commenting!
I want to sit next to you in one of those red chairs with a mug of tea and an hour or two for conversation–sigh.
I know…and we saw these chairs elsewhere on the trip too…very cool, huh.