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When Sheila and I arrived last night, we heard that a small fire had started in Glacier National Park. When we headed to the park today, we got the news that the fire had spread rapidly. In fact, the main road (Going to the Sun road) was closed at Logan Pass - basically the middle of the park. Very disappointing and the forecast was ...
I am excited to announce that Jonah's tooth has officially broken through! We have a tooth! The views are amazing. In my opinion more beautiful than Yellowstone. The trees are much larger and a more dense forest. It's currently noon and we've only spotted a big horned sheep and a mountain goat, still searching for a bear. The water here is amazingly blue because it pours down from the mountains. We haven't had any luck fishing yet but still more news to come on that ...
... a fraction less than 9 MPG on this tank. All the in town driving that we did yesterday we guess. Since it wasn't too far to West Glacier, we decided to take our time as our reservation time to get into camp would not be until later on. As we were stopping in Columbia Falls at 11:00 to mail a B/D card, I spied a self car wash. Therefore, after mailing the card we turned around and went back up the street to at least try to get some of the ...
... toward me for a nice portrait, and they did. Notice the radio antenna on Nanny. A scientist is tracking her movements throughout the park.
We had fun watching a family of Marmots play. Momma had her "legs full" with the two youngsters, and decided to run off through a field of flowers.
They've had a lot of snow in Glacier this winter as you'll ...
What an amazing culmination to a wonderful tour. After meeting many cyclists who had ridden the Going to the Sun Rd. to Logan's Pass 6,646 ft. I decided that to get this far and not finish at the Visitors Center there would be silly. Yesterday Josh and I were introduced to John Bauer an semi-retired Hedge Fund Manager who has toured extensively. John had ridden the road yesterday from St. Mary's so he decided to join us to experience the climb from the ...