Moraine Park Campground
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Endelig - tiden var kommet til at vi kunne hente vores camper.
Pickup-time var dog først kl. 14.30, så Tanja kørte os til Walmart, hvor vi handlede hele butikken - stort set - så vi igen var klar til at udstyre vognen med det mest nødvendige.
Herefter kørte vi retur til "Tanjas hus" i Lafayette, hvor vi sendte familien Schmidt i …
... make it over the mountains. I also have come to realize that I have been driving on flat roads for a long time. I don't know how people drive so fast over these twisty, windy mountain roads without sliding off the side of a mountain. My palms were sweating a lot today. Right now, I am THAT person that drives in the right lane under the speed limit as if I've never driven before. I may be a little more patient with cars on I-285 with out of state ...
... the upper parking lots were already full. After a short wait, we were able to board a shuttle to the Glacier Gorge parking lot. At 10:00 we began our hike.
We first went up to Alberta Falls, which we had done two years ago when we were here with Jared. From there, we proceeded on to Mills Lake, a beautiful, peaceful setting, that was so worth the walk! After eating ...
... that he was under a good deal of stress (when it rains it pours). Our visit was short since he was just between classes, but then he mentioned that he would be picking up his cousin from the airport later and that they were heading down to Moab for a few days. "You should come!" It was on my path anyway, just a half hour out of the way, would allow me to stake out a camping spot along the river on a sure-to-be-busy weekend, and would give us a chance to hang ...
... BLT. The food is good. Our server hands us the check. It says his name is Boone. Another strange coincidence! I remember that one of the characters in Lost! was named Boone and I hope there isn’t any mystical meaning behind this particular coincidence, especially because he dies early in the show.
While in the restaurant, we pull out our new map and decide to hike up Green Mountain Trail to the Big Meadow because (according to my iPhone app, National Parks Explorer) you ...