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... the many cherry orchards are blossoming on the east side of the lake, or in late July when the cherries are ripe and incredibly cheap!
Stopping at a state park near Polson for apple and cheese picnic lunch, my cloudy day picture does not do it justice, but does serve to prove that I can juggle my iPhone while balancing an apple on my head (just in case you were wondering).
Back home, dinner (nice red wine) and off to ...
We decided to explore the southeast side of Glacier today. Tired of cereal for breakfast, I declared we would have the buffet breakfast at the Glacier Park Lodge in East Glacier. It is about an hours drive from our campground. We got there about 930am. the buffet was excellent. Riley's eyes were way bigger than his stomach. Lewyn declared that he can eat more even when he is full, so he did manage to clear ...
... usual before venturing out. The first thing Mr. Hugo wanted to do was go to the water and skip rocks. After that we hopped back into the car to drive around and see what was around. Guess what? We saw our first bear. not only our first however, but 3! A mama bear and 2 cubs. Freakin' cute I'd say (but only at a distance). After that our first stop ...
... and sunny for once. I was starting to miss the sun and get a little depressed. We arrived at Glacier in the early afternoon. We set up camp at Apgar campground and headed to the visitors center and gift shops. We found out that they haven't cleared all of the snow on the roads from the summer to do all of the hikes we wanted to do. Bummer. We stopped by the gift shops and sniffed around. Eric called his dad and found ...
... Janet and their daughter Sarah. They were lovely people, and we all got along really well; making the trip even more fun. Lyn and Jim were named as “chief paddlers” and were placed at the front of the raft...guess who was going to get the wettest??
Lyn and Jim were so engrossed in conversation they missed quite a few of Maddies rowing commands. And yes they both got very wet.
The rapids were awesome. The biggest ...
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