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... or heard of and that we are only at the beginning of fire and smoke season. I took a picture from the trailhead so those who have been to this spot would know just how bad it was. By lunch, my eyes are watering, my throat is sore and I have a headache. I am not comforted by the fact that this is the same for everyone.
We head back in the RV were we hide from the toxic thing we call “air”. It is then we learn that the Thompson Fire is now over 14,000 ...
... as big and tall. One could only tell one from the other by the texture of the trunk - cedar trees have tell-tale linear carvings in its trunk.
We followed the Trail of the Cedars along the entire loop, which was less than a mile. By then, it was late afternoon and it was time for our tour to end. We got back to our car and after a short pit stop to freshen up and combine our luggage into airport-approved pieces, we were on our way to the ...
... the upper road is closed until they get things under control. We took a bike route over to a little village (with Meatball) located close to the visitor center and their gift shop and restaurant for an early supper. Had to dodge the raindrops a bit and the thunder boomers were really rattling around in the mountains. When we finished we took a drive going toward the Southwest part of the park. It was pretty and very scenic, and overlooked McDonald Lake. We were about 35 miles south of ...
... about you since you had encouraged us on another trip out west to have some huckleberry pie and it was out of season at the time we were there. I guess you could say we "took one for Ol Grizzley"! You and Miss Drema would have enjoyed this stop! We pulled into West Glacier KOA at 2:45 with a temperature of 90 degrees. This is a very nice park...may be the prettiest KOA we have ever been in. There are hanging flower baskets all over the ...
... skies. See the photo of Bowman Lake. You can imagine what it looks like under the right light.
We then drove farther north to Kintla Lake and encountered the same conditions but I took one photo I somewhat liked of the lake with the rocks in the foreground and the mountains behind.
The last photo is of a very small flower, about the size of a dime.