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... 8211; yum!
This nights 'camp side wildlife' was thankfully only a deer strolling by and a the fattest little mouse thing we have ever seen – seriously, this thing looked like a little furry golf ball with a tail! We laughed so hard that we are pretty sure the poor little thing waddled away with a serious image/weight complex!
The next morning we headed to Logan Pass and found ourselves hiking in snow – which is so strange ...
... mountain goats, bison and bighorn sheep all kept us scanning the landscape for movement and the next sighting. A full day of cold rain grounded us for a bit, but we were proud to be part of the hardy few in the nearly deserted campground that stuck out the rain in a tent.
From there we finally crossed the US border into Glacier National Park, Montana. We stayed two wonderful nights in the Many ...
... moved and melted, they formed this beautiful Park. You can see where the glaciers have just pushed the ground away to make big valleys in-between the mountains. A glacier is formed when more snow falls in a year than melts. The remaining snow compacts down and becomes a slowly moving mass or river of ice. Every spring and summer, some of the glaciers melt and feed the many lakes and rivers in the Park. There is concern about ...
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... We went outside to see what all the fuss was about. Turns out it was a grizzly bear eating the berries in the bushes, this was a larger darker colored grizzly than the one we saw earlier. We had heard that the Many Glacier area was good for bear sightings and so far we saw two.
I had heard that the sunsets were especially beautiful when seen from the porch of the Many Glacier Hotel looking at Swiftcurrent Lake. The ...