'Living Our Dream'

Husband & Wife Duo Ditch Midwest for National Park Life

To recognize the centennial of the National Park Service, NBC News featured stories from 10 national parks and recreation areas — from California's Yosemite to New York's Gateway. I was fortunate enough to offer this contribution from Glacier National Park.
Spouses John and Linda Kasberg left their Indiana home for an R.V. in the mountains of Glacier National Park and love it.
Midwest Couple Chases National Park Dream to Glacier
By Jon Sweeney
On top of Glacier National Park, John Kasberg navigates a vintage 1930s tour bus through Montana's Going-to-the-Sun Road, a 32-mile journey of white-knuckle turns past sweeping vistas, waterfalls and sheer cliffs to the Continental Divide.
"I have the best office in the world," John said to his 17 captivated passengers as he points out the glacially formed valley dominating the scenery. "Can you believe I get to admire this every day?"
360 Video: Glacier National Park's Going-To-The-Sun Road
Glacier National Park’s Going-To-The-Sun road is a magnificent journey winding along steep cliffs, through glacially formed valleys and mountains in this 1 million acre wilderness. Experience the tour first-hand via this 360 video and don’t look down if you’re afraid of heights. 
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