Our photo safari will be at Glacier National Park. We are staying in the heart of Blackfeet Country, on Lower St. Mary Lake. The campground is very basic, don't expect much in the way of amenities but the view is awesome. And we're in a campground named for Chewing Blackbones, a warrior and master story teller of the Blackfeet Nation, born in 1859 and lived until he was 104.
On Tuesday, we will have a bus tour through the reservation with a native guide. The tour will last about 4 hours, so bring a camera, sun block, water and snacks. If you're interested, make sure you buy tickets when you register.
An excursion on the Going to the Sun Road will be up to you. For those of us who exceed the 21' length limit, shuttle buses may be available at the park or you can always carpool.
On Wednesday evening, we will have a catered dinner based on native Blackfeet food, and we will have Jack Gladstone, a master story teller tell us legends of the area and the Blackfeet Nation. The dinner will be a traditional Blackfeet meal of bison and local products.
Important: We have sites with no hookups. If you want hookups you will be responsible for any additional fees.
Note that we will be releasing small batches of tickets weekly.