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... called Plus 15 link many of the buildings and centres so, in theory, you can walk around, 1 floor up and not have to venture out into the cold. Must say it was great for us. The evening before, we were having dinner and looked out to see our first snowstorm of the trip. Next morning, our balcony was a sheet if ice.
Thursday: Emma and Juris arrived from Regina. It was great to give them a few hugs again after so long. We will have just over ...
... places the road itself was as beautiful as the surrounding scenery. And it wasn't half as scary as the Million Dollar Highway between Silverton and Ouray in Colorado. Note that I was only able to travel to Logan Pass from the west, the remainder being closed for late-season construction.
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... also went swimming in the lake. The next day, Wednesday, I proceeded north into Glacier National Park (the official name is actually 'Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park World Heritage Site'). I camped at Avalanche Creek and went on a two-mile hike (two miles out, two miles back, app. one hour each way) to Avalanche Lake. The lake is sourrounded by mountains with waterfalls fed by ...
... better than hoped. A lazy morning turned into a lazy midday, most productively I decided to make my way to Kalispell and retrieve my passport so as to attempt the Canadian leg of my journey. I am anxious to check out the Canuck Waterton Park, the better half of Glacier.
Retrieving my passport was no small feet as laziness told me not to ride to Kalispell, but hitch. Thus my afternoon with Mark Giles, a fine gentleman who has had a rough few years and is ...
... etc.). In that moment, we decide to abandon our booked campsite and head for Calgary. In 10 minutes we packed the tent and all our gear, picked up some coffee and pie and hit the road.
At 1am we arrived in Calgary, were greeted by crank-face Arlo, and then collapsed into bed. One of our most spontaneous decisions worked out for the best as Leon was able to sleep in and be coherent for his meeting.
Until next time Waterton Lakes!
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