We turned east and headed to Glacier Nation Park to meet up with Larry and LuAnn from Arkansas! Last time we meet and camped with them was back in 2021 when we traveled east to Lake of the Ozarks. Neither of us have been to Glacier so this was exciting for all. We had such a great time. We were lucky enough to have one of the limited reservation to travel on the Going to the Sun Road on a Sunday so it was not crowed at all. Going to the Sun Road is the crown jewel of Glacier National Park. Its 51 mile scenic drive winds through the heart of the national park, the only road through the the park which crosses the Continental Divide at 6,646-foot Logan Pass. We were able to view one of the last glaciers in the park, Jackson Glacier, the fifth largest in the park. In 1850, the area containing the national park had 150 glaciers. There are 25 active glaciers remaining in the park as of 2022. We also did the boat rides on both Lake McDonald and Two Medicine. We spent a lot of time visiting the local towns around the park shopping and dinning. We did spent a day in the town of Whitefish and did the gondola ride up Whitefish Mountain and had lunch at the top.