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Currently at Starbucks in Kalispell, MT taking a much needed respite from the exhausting drive last night and catching up with the world - digitally - since I've been disconnected. In a way, it was actually refreshing to not hear a ding whenever a notification arrives from a text, email or news alert; sort of like a detox without having to consume massive amounts of foul-tasting liquid or (fill in the blank). :D
I had a late start ...
... a house built on it), Lake Placid, Swan Lake (the biggest that we came across) among others and looked so pretty and blue bec of the clear blue sky, and also passed through some of the national forests namely the Swan River National Forest and Flatbed National Forest. We finally arrived at Colombia Falls at about 6:30pm but we still had to travel a little further towards the Glacier National Park to find our accomodation. It's situated about 10 ...
... their grazing and resting on the remaining patches of snow. We saw a family of two adult goats and two baby goats and they were extremely close, only about ten feet away. And I just gotta say it goat babies are cute cute cute. Continued on to the west side of the park and went swimming (the boys) / wading (the girls- c'mon that glacier water is cold!) in Lake McDonald. We had started to notice that the skies ...
Nothing that a pit stop at a local eatery called The Huckleberry Patch Cannery didn't help though.
We had some lunch, and Christy got to try some Huckleberry Pie. I had hot lava cake, cause pie is gross. I ended up eating too much cause it was either really delicious, or I was starving from all the hiking.
Either way, it was yummy.
Funny side note, ...
We drove north toward Glacier National Park with our first stop at the National Bison Range. We drove the 22-mile circle road and took many photos of Bison, elk, and some big horn sheep.
Then we met Joe and Sheri McDonald for lunch just outside of Ronan, MT. Joe and I completed our master's degrees together at the ...