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... lies just across the river from where we lived for over 30 years in Farragut, TN. Small world. Our driver, Chad, pulled up in trusty Red Bus #109 pretty much right on time to take us to Logan Pass on Going-to-the Sun Road. This road is a highlight of any visit. This 50-mile road combines both history and unparalleled scenery. While portions of the road remain open year-round, the higher sections only open after winter snows are ...
... quickly ushered me out of the office. He wouldn't even let me take an area map. I was fuming! I had cell phone service, but no internet. So I had to call Maggie, and get her to check int the internet for available space. While she was calling, I stopped for diesel and local cherries. Somehow, I then lost my American Express card. So I had to deal with canceling my card. Maggie found us ...
... them we stopped and eased into a position to get some fine shots.
When we got to Bowman Lake I was disappointed in the view. We had visited the lake in 2008 and the views were spectacular, but today the views were dull. The central Washington forest fires have filled the skies with smoke so rather than the usual clear, bright blue skies, we've been ...
... junction stops we ended up being right on the trail with them when they asked if they could walk the trail with us. They seemed quite scared of the prospect of Grizzlies, a genuine presence on this particular trail. So the rest of the trail up to Cracker Lake we were accompanied by our two Chinese friends whose names unfortunately were forgotten almost as soon as they were heard given our lack of proficient Chinese. They were great companions on ...
Turns out I wasn't wrong about the campground being open this week – they post a date online but then shut things down depending on the activity of the bears. This year the bears came early, so they decided the morning I drove up to close the campgrounds to all tents and other "soft side" (meaning: anything a hungry bear could tear through) campers. I was speaking to some other campers at the KOA and someone had ...