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... usually very calm and focused on eating when we pass.
Boat ride - The main reason we are up here in Canada is because Paul's dad used to fight forest fires in Idaho 50+ years ago. He remembers coming up to this exact location to tour around in his spare time. He was so excited about going on this boat ride and he told many people in Waterton and on the boat about his visit here 53 years ago. Our ...
... For the trip over there, we sat below the top deck in the back. The view from there, with the wake, was spectacular.
This is the U.S./Canada border on the lake
The water was like gl************* way over there. We even spotted a bald eagle in a tree.
... since we still had the amazing views!
We also wanted to check out Red Rock Canyon
It’s a small canyon with a creek running thru it. A popular spot to get wet!
... encompasses approx. 1.4 million acres of wilderness; 50 glaciers; 200 lakes & streams and some of the most beautiful mountain scenery in the U.S
it is traversed from east to west by the 52-mile Going-to-the-Sun Road
at this time, we are ...
Over the last few years I have written about a number of locations that I have traveled to, but have never taken the time to write about the place I hold most dear. As such, I have decided that I will slowly over the coming months... years (?)... decades (???) attempt to bore you with my adventures, exploits and experiences in Waterton Lakes National Park.
For those of you who have spent time in Waterton Park, I hope the entries in this blog will ...