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... in the cold, windy rain. We even encountered some hail. These buses usually fold the top back for a “convertible” experience. We weren’t able to do that because of the dramatic weather.
I took more pictures than I’m posting on this blog, but these are some of the highlights.
(did i ever mention how much i love my e-bike)
the flip side being the
10 mi cruise down :)
we savored the solitude ...
... young mule deer lead
us for about a half mile down the road.
The deer refused to leave the road but just kept a slow pace in front of
the van. Wildlife here has little fear
We finally made it to
Kelly’s Camp and I went to the first cabin to inquire if anyone knew the
Medlicotts. I learned that both Pam and Sue were at their
cabins just several down. We were greeted
with open arms. We visited ...
... trail while driving and they had to shut the entire trail down and try and get everyone off so I was a bit nervous hiking it myself but it was way too beautiful not to do. It is an 8 mile hike but I only did it for about 2 miles before returning back to Logan Pass. I saw a family of Mountain Goats in a gorgeous meadow on the trail not far from Logan Pass which was awesome. Hiking in this high country is a truly wonderful experience.
I took the shuttle bus down the other side ...
... 00 (Eight o'clock in this valley. So "On the Road Again" (As Willy Nelson would say) we headed back to the Palace on Wheels. All of a sudden Cheryl yells STOP there is a Moose............... so I back up and there is a Bull and Cow trudging through the bog eatting dinner. By the time I got the camera and set up they were just about gone. (that is why the picture is blurrrrrrrrrrrry) Got back to the Palace on Wheels around midnight, what another great ...