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I was sad to leave Banff and Lake Louise, but it was time to head home. We followed the Trans Canada highway into Calgary. We drove by the site of the Winter Olympics, the Calgary Stampede, and Spruce. Meadows. We headed south towards Montana. We arrived at the international border around 2. We waited in line over two hours to get thru! But - we made it, back in the USA. We drove ...
... skies. See the photo of Bowman Lake. You can imagine what it looks like under the right light.
We then drove farther north to Kintla Lake and encountered the same conditions but I took one photo I somewhat liked of the lake with the rocks in the foreground and the mountains behind.
The last photo is of a very small flower, about the size of a dime.
... on the eastern side of the park, we attended park led evening programs and daytime hikes.
One day we drove into Canada to visit the Waterton Park which is the sister park to Glacier National Park. We had to drive through customs which was no problem. At that time, we did not need passports to enter Canada.
We first stopped at the information center to find some nice short hikes. This is always a good idea when traveling to national parks. This ...
... the lot was almost empty (I was there before 9am, and the Center doesn't open until 9). The weather was lovely again today – it reached nearly 80 degrees with some clouds this afternoon (enough to keep the heat down, but not enough to ruin picture taking).
Today I got organized before I left for my hike – didn’t want to repeat Wednesday’s mistake and take my laptop up the mountain again ...
... seven national parks including Glacier got a fleet of buses. Glacier was able to keep 33 of their buses running while most of the other historic vehicles are out of commission, save a few in Yellowstone National Park. The Reds were restored in 2001 and now run on propane to decrease emissions and keep the air pure.
Our guide Evelyn met us in front of the hotel. The ...