Travelers Rest Lodge
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... enjoying a “Glacier Martini” and an all-Bison meal consisting of the Best Bison Burger I have ever had and Casey’s selection of Bison Bangers and Mash. The waitstaff were dressed in Kilts so I assume a good Bangers and Mash was in order.
If nothing else, the two weeks exploring Glacier National Park has reminded me that forces beyond our control shape the world around us. Each day we must survey the conditions placed before us ...
... be hot. It ends up being not so bad, although we are quite worn. Shortly after starting we pass by a bunch of rangers. Near the top a guy passes by whistling the Star Wars theme. I think it is funny and we continue on shortly discover that yes, there is a tunnel. We pass through, after a short stop, and are nearly in a different world. There is another cirque with much steeper sides and a path carved in the wall slowly wrapping around and descending (w/o switchbacks even).
... and sometimes covered in grey, green, and brown rock assortments. Again, just beautiful. I got in with Tate and this was the first time I experienced "water so cold it hurts." Tate didn't mind. He loved being in the water. I had to make him climb up on the rocks to warm his feet up. my chacos proved a great purchase for this activity. The did well in water then dried quickly. Perfect! On the way in to the Canyon, we had to stop for a ...
After a windy night, we were happy to see sunny skies and as planned headed to the Many Glaciers part of Glacier National Park, a little over 1/2 hour away. As we were entering the park, we saw a few wildlife viewers at the side of the road and they pointed out a couple bears that were looking for berries up the side of the hill. ...
... and even though I was in the midst of massive huckleberry bushes without a bear-horn (sounding device that most of the other more prepared, hikers we saw along the hike carrying) I wasn't all that concerned and chatted loudly with Ranger Bob as we went along. Glad to report I never heard any of these other hikers sounding these bear horns as I am fairly confident that they would be loud and repeatedly activated if a bear were to be ...