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Travel Blogs from Waterton Lakes National Park
... dogs. Upon getting back to the campgrounds there was another herd, this time they were mountain sheep.
The day was nice and sunny but our next day was very cold and starting to shower. Before leaving we thought we would take the dogs into town for a good run , found out later a big black bear came thru just behind where we were camping. GOOD THING THE DOGS WERE'NT THERE!!!!!!
Off to Vulcan to lay Mom to rest at her homestead.
... the remaining years with horror stories of killer bears.
My favorite play on bears & fears is Stephen Colbert's ThreatDown segment, suggesting (again and again) that bears are the #1 threat to America. Godless killing machines. For a video of my favorite bit from The Colbert Report on this topic, click here. It's worth it, click there.
All this to point out that I'm in Bear Country. The National Parks of ...
I have been wanting to go to Glacier ever since I first heard about this amazing park. And I was not disappointed! Here are some highlights of our long day at Glacier National Park.
Transportation- We drove the car along the Going-To-The-Sun Road. This is the most popular road in the park. Wow, there were a ton of people on this road! We couldn't even find parking at one of the stops that we wanted to ...
... safely tucked inside a nice metal RV!
We stopped at a cute town called Bozeman in Montana for burgers and more bookshops before arriving at that nights campground – all in all a good day!
The next day was pretty much a driving day to get us a little nearer to Glacier National Park. On this drive Sevi was rocking out to a new favourite song of his – very country and a little bit hillbilly it’s called 'The Devil Went ...
... going here later in the afternoon as the sun was just overhead of us and it made it very difficult to take pictures or to see the lcd screen of your camera. It was a beautiful area though and we walked along the western shoreline to get away from the crowd some and get some more pictures in areas that were shaded better.
When everyone was ready we began the hike back to the parking lot at the Trail of the Cedars, as we ...