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... but it was too far away for a good picture. As we approached Iceberg Lake, we hiked through a gorgeous wildflower meadow before the final leg of the hike, where we could see the lake. From up here, we could see the icebergs on far side of the lake. We hiked down to the lake, but unfortunately, all the icebergs were on the other side and we didn't have as good of views. When the icebergs are more plentiful, it’s possible to stand on them, but ...
... father, there was also the fact that Chief Long Walker was not only a Chief. He was a revered Chief. Who had, years before, found two motherless grizzly cubs that he had raised. Those two cubs, now fully grown, were his constant companions. To approach Chief Long Walker was to approach the two grizzlies. Hugh Monroe soon found himself stepping into the teepee of the Chief who sat regally on the far side of the broad circle with a massive grizzly curled ...
... had replaced most of the parts. It is open on top so we got to see everything. We took the ride with 14 other tourists and the "Jammer" (driver) up to Logan Pass. Logan Pass is at the top of the Continental Divide. We spent one afternoon sitting in our Florida beach chairs on Lake McDonald. We are running out of words for the beauty we are seeing..and we still have Yellowstone to visit.
... tonight – there was going to be a guy there singing. The kids were SUPER EXCITED about that, so we had to hurry. We ate and then wanted to get back to Running Eagle Falls, but before we could leave, we discovered that our car battery had died. Thankfully the nice couple beside us came over to give us a jump. (also thankful that the jumper cables were stashed in our car!!) Because Running Eagle Falls was ...
... in the park we drove the 16 miles and hiked up to Avalanche Lake. The trail started at a fabulous, roaring, narrow flume and wound its way along the voluminous river whose source was the bowl at the end of this 2.5 mile trail where we saw 14 waterfalls - the process of the glaciers melting into a pristine lake. We found solitude at the end of the trail where we even heard the “Boom!” of a cornice or a small avalanche ...