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... views of the rising canyon walls and steep slopes. Eventually rising over a small hill towards the end of the trail we got our first glimpse of Cracker Lake, a most mysterious turquoise color created by the glacial silt and the refraction of light (things we don't actually know much about). The stunning lake backed all the way up to the headwall of three glaciers with peaks rising thousands of feet behind them. We were stunned by the immense beauty as ...
... m not sure words will do this scenery justice anyway. (Seriously, how do you describe the color of the water in the lakes fed by the glaciers? I could go on….) So I’ll just post a bunch of pictures each day and you can see that way. You really need to get here and see it yourself, though.
The rangers at this park are wonderful. Even the woman who told me I couldn’t camp here yesterday ...
... the road from west to east. We then travelled south and headed back around to the western side of park to our RV park.
We were invited to dinner by 2 other couples just across from us, Bobbie, Chris, Lesley and Jim. Plenty to talk about.
Wednesday 24th July
Greg and I travelled up to Logan Pass again to do a walk, the Hidden Lake overlook. What a superb walk, way up in the mountains. (about 8,000ft) It was a ...
This was a prelude to our family Reunion that is highlighted in the next entry.
We headed out on June 28th to pick-up Sam the next day when he flew into Helena, MN.
Then we all drove to Kalispell and spent the next two days exploring Glacier National Park.
Then it was off to Canada through Cranbrook and the Banff National Park where we spotted a Grizzly during our stop at the Continental Divide.
... type of food. I had this awesome patty melt with peppers and onions with Cajun spices. On the side was a bowl of homemade turkey barley soup. Usually I would not order this type of soup, but boy was it good. So if your ever in St. Mary, Montana, check out Johnson's café. After this we went back to the RV where I checked out the election results from South Dakota and Montana and Barak Obama claimed the Democratic nomination. Kind of cool that I was in the state that clinched it for ...