While we ate, a group of women from Canada arrived on their motorcycles, yes, a group of biker chicks, that's what I'm talking about!! They had apparently been there before because they knew right where the bar was and filled all the seats. A couple of guys appeared out of nowhere (seriously!) and they all took their beer and cigarettes out on the front porch and had wonderful, loud-but fun, conversations.
Bob and I took a walk about a mile up the road to look around the area with our bear spray as we were warned the bear are active right now. There was a dog named Bo that totally ignored us until we decided to go on the walk. Then he became very attentive and guided us up and down the road.
The next morning when we were packing the car, Bo was there to greet us and literally leaned into us begging for another walk about. Alas, we needed to move on to Waterton and left him behind. It took a lot of will power to not let him jump in with us!
At any rate, this lodge was a hoot for a one night stay. Two single beds in the room and a shared shower across the hall, another room had a shared bathroom and there was a single sink also for simply washing hands or brushing teeth.
Wouldn't trade the experience, but probably won't be back :)
Here we are upstairs. There were two hallways. Rooms on the right across from Bob and shared bathroom, sink and shower down on the left of this hall.
|I just had to make this inside shot larger so you can take in all the details. Don't miss the dead animals hanging along the wall! Below is the check-in desk and lounge with one TV.|
|This is the side with the front of lodge to the left. (See our car?)|
Our bedroom window is the second from the left.