The visit to Montana has held a range of sights and experiences. This week has been kind of slow due to wildfire smoke. We haven’t been out much to explore. Earlier in August, we have seen stunning sunsets, rugged mountains, crystal clear lakes, great roadhouses, interesting museums, wonderful campgrounds, vibrant wildflowers, well preserved historic places, scenic drives, ancient red cedars, Yellowstone geysers, floating houses, Wild West towns and friendly people. Tomorrow, we will visit The Crown of the Continent … Glacier National Park. Not all of the park is open but enough to make it very worthwhile. We plan to drive Going To The Sun Road and stop off at each overlook that has a parking space, walk The Trail of Cedars and the shores of Lake McDonald to see the clear waters and multicolored lake stones. We still have 2 more weeks to explore the eastern half of this state. . Montana has many mottos but this one fits well.