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... with exposed wooden logs everywhere) and ate a mediocre meal. Rees’s burger was almost inedible. (Thankfully, he did not have to pay for it.) The highlight was getting to sing "Edelweiss" in harmony with Annie in front of the entire dining hall. The crowd was SO appreciative. (Rees talked to the piano player and arranged for us to sing.)
We returned to our campsite around 9:20. We read or journaled, then went to ...
... were actual animals, haha. From there we got back on the shuttle and continued East along the Going to the sun rd, all the way to the end at St. Mary. There was another visitor center there that we checked out and also hung out at a lodge and got some much needed coffee. We then had to wait for the next shuttle back west on the road which took a while so we lost some time in our day, but totally worth ...
... pretty waterfalls. Loyd wandered off and returned wet from his waist to his toes. Apparently, he slipped on some of the rocks. Meanwhile, I went down into the stream to take pictures. I didn't climb as high as Loyd did but got some great shots of the waterfall. The pebbles in the creek bed are really pretty. Lots of pinks, reds, blues, yellows, and some oranges. I climbed across a few of the big rocks to stand in the middle of the stream while BK watched from ...
Village Inn was so nice and the view was so beautiful that we hated to leave. Ate breakfast at Eddie's in the Village. Took the Road to the sun and saw many beautiful sights. Went to see Lake McDonald lodge. Made many stops along the way to photograph the beautiful scenery. When we got to Logan's Pass the Rangers would not let us pull in to see if there ...
... We passed Scalplock Mtn. at just over 6,900’ and Snowslip Mtn. at almost 7,300’ in height. These two mountains are part of the Flathead Range. I don’t want to bore you with too many numbers but want to point out that these mountains rise up from 2,000’ to 4,500’ feet above the elevation that we see them. That is a lot of height and complimentary width. Comparatively the elevation of Afton is 968’.
We followed the Flathead River and the Two ...
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