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... Red Busses. They aren't able to do the Sun road either, so they are doing flatland tours. After playing in the water a bit, we went back to West Glacier for an expensive lunch that wasn't very good. We made our way back on the super crooked roads. I drove to escape the kids in the backseat for a while. The kids and I walked down the hill and across the street to get pie and ice cream at ...
... the landscape is more pasture. We hope to see moose, elk and bison but sadly it has rained heavily and they are not to be seen. The grizzly and brown bears are also elusive, and apparently a mountain lion and her two cubs have been seen in Apgar village right on the path we walk twice a day. A sign has been put up warning folk to be alert, not to walk alone and to keep children close. There is no way I am going down that path again. We hitch a ride back to the park ...
... off of poor Mufasa. It was bad enough it was even bothering me, so you know it was well past time to do this. John was able to do a fairly quick power rinse and get off a good amount of the dirt. Muf looks SO much better, and everyone knows that a clean vehicle drives better than a dirty one! Continuing on up the road towards West Glacier, MT, we made another stop in Hungry Horse, MT at 12:00 to do laundry. The laundromat that we found was ...
Yay – Sunshine! Woke today to a beautiful, sunny day. A bit of a breeze, but that's ok! After a quick breakfast, I packed a lunch in our backpack. Around 7am we were on our way to Logan Pass, where we planned to do a hike.
Our timing was great. Not many people there that early. When we left in the afternoon, there were no parking spaces left and ...
... of yellow-green flowers that went to the horizon. I snapped a couple of pictures as we skirted Calgary. It does not seem to be as smoggy as the other large cities we've traveled through. On down the road and the Canadian Rockies loom ahead; rugged, jagged, sharp. Every mountain range that we have crossed has been grander than the one before. We couldn't make it farther than Canmore before giving in for the night.
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