Back in the saddle after Glacier National Park

Published July 23, 2015   Posted in Explore

Hey guys, my wife and I have returned from an absolutely wonderful vacation to Glacier National Park in upstate Montana.  It was tough to return, primarily because of our JOBS that we must satisfy until we are fully ready to retire early and travel the country in 2017.  This trip only solidified our plan of full time RV-living, traveling around this beautiful country, taking in our national and state parks, and spending as much time as possible outdoors.

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Okay, enough with the social media.  Before I start re-posting about thinking, saving and retiring, here are some of my favorite photos from our vacation to beautiful Montana.  Enjoy!

Right before sunset outside of Glacier National Park

Right before sunset outside of Glacier National Park

Lake McDonald near West Glacier

Lake McDonald near West Glacier

A view from along the Going To The Sun road

A view from along the Going To The Sun road

A view from along the Going To The Sun road

A view from along the Going To The Sun road

One of the many waterfalls in Glacier

One of the many waterfalls in Glacier

A view from along the Going To The Sun road

A view from along the Going To The Sun road

Avalanche Lake

Avalanche Lake

Aster Falls

Aster Falls

Nearly limitless views throughout the park

Nearly limitless views throughout the park

Hidden Lake

Hidden Lake

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10 responses to “Back in the saddle after Glacier National Park”

  1. Amber tree says:

    Seeing the pictures, I can imagine that it is hard to return to the office for work.
    Keep up with the save part, so you can retire as planned.

  2. Glad to have you back, even though you guys would probably still rather be out on the road (stupid work). 🙂 Loved following along on your trip on Instagram, and these photos are even better. What a gorgeous spot Glacier NP is.

    • Steve says:

      Thanks, appreciate the kind words! It really was an amazing trip. We will be back again, but most likely living out of our traveling home. 🙂

  3. Amazing photographs Steve. I always enjoy seeing your travels. My iphone never does our trips justice like you manage to capture.

  4. Wow looks fantastic. I like you are just assimilating back to the real world after 10 days off. Making Sense of Cents is also making me envious of the RV life, and I definitely think it’s a path I’ll try at least for a few years!

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