In this Travel Tuesdays episode, join us as we travel from coastal Washington to Spokane (and have a slightly scary night!), drive through Coeur d’Alene, Idaho and enter into beautiful Montana, discover huckleberries, enjoy Flathead Lake and finally land in Kalispell. We explore real food spots in Whitefish, MT and finally head to stunning Glacier National Park for breathtaking views, numerous bear encounters (with some close calls!), crystal clear blue water, mountain vistas and raging wildfires!
From this episode:
Sightseeing: Spokane, WA
Sightseeing: Coeur d’Alene, Idaho
Sightseeing: St. Regis, MT
Recipe: Huckleberry milkshake
Sightseeing: Flathead Lake
RV Park: Glacier Pines RV Park Kalispell, MT
Restaurant: Pescado Blanco, Whitefish MT
Recipe: Homemade Mole Sauce
Sightseeing: Whitefish Lake, Whitefish MT
Website: Our #realfoodroadtrip photos on Instagram
Sightseeing: Glacier National Park, Montana
Sightseeing: Going-to-the-Sun Road, Glacier National Park
Sightseeing: Many Glacier Hotel, Ptarmigan Dining Room, Glacier National Park
Sightseeing: Weeping Wall and Logan’s Pass Overlooks, Glacier National Park
Restaurant: La Cocina Feliz (at Quickee’s Deli) Whitefish MT
Salon/Spa: Reecia’s Aveda Salon, Whitefish MT
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