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Tony's birthday today.
Even though it was sunny this morning at about 30° Tony and I figured it wouldn't do any good getting an early start to Glacier National Park because of the snow received yesterday. So we took our time getting started.
We stopped in Hungry Horse for breakfast at Patch's Alpine Grill before heading to West Glacier ...
... town of Whitefish, and said the store had a good selection of gluten-free food. We were blown away: the GF selection was bigger than we've ever seen in a grocery store anywhere! Example: in Austin we could usually get one flavor of Stagg's chili that was GF at our local HEB. We walked out of the Super 1 with 5 different flavors that we'd never even seen before! We were happy campers.
When we can, we try to attend a local church ...
... hillside were nice, and we even got to see a deer grazing in the grass right underneath us.
Plus we had gotten used to the temperature at this point so no problem!
Except, along came the other half of that strike...
Oh good, more wind, and yay, Clouds!
Remember kids, clouds are basically water sitting in the air. Water + Wind + Shorts & ...
... rock (seriously, just rock – the path looks like it was created by the big horn sheep) with an incredible view of the valley below and glaciers everywhere!
The hike ends at Piegan Pass, and when you look over on the other side you see an amazing valley: there’s a waterfall spilling into an aquamarine pool of water; the walls of the valley are lined on both sides by rock in ribbons of color from red ...
We went south of the park today so we wouldn't have to wait in all the traffic in the park. We saw Many Glacier, and a black bear! It entered a lake and swam across to the other side. We had a picnic lunch on a pull out in the road and picked huckleberries for breakfast. It was a long day, but worth the drive. We are staying in our friends camper. It's really nice, but their dually truck is way too big to take on the mountain roads, so we have been using our rental ...