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Travel Blogs from Waterton Lakes National Park
... for themselves. We were fascinated by the clouds that hung around the tops of the mountains and looked like cotton blankets laid over the tops with wispy edges. We crossed the Continental Divide at Logan Pass, elevation 6,634 ft. From Logan Pass we headed out of the park and into Browning on the Blackfoot Indian Reservation and from there, a couple of hours drive south to Helena, Montana.
... a visit to the bar’s doorless restroom and an overdue game of ‘I have never’ later, we went home to bed.
On a night time trip to the restrooms, Alison and I found ourselves being stalked by a ‘wolf’, which may or may not have been a husky dog. Either way, we didn’t want to examine it too closely, and dived into our tent faster than we’d ever moved ...
... saw them, right?! :)
FYI…We met a family from Lombard, the Fitzgerald’s, at the Jr. Ranger program/hike in Many Glacier yesterday, and again today we ran into them on the Hidden Lake hike! If that’s not kind of strange, then here’s the interesting part, their son married one of the Straz’s daughters. They live four houses down the street from us and are good friends with our piano teacher.
... and we quickly snapped back to reality, and were reminded why that boat may have to wait a few years…
The area around the lake is home to a lot of cherry orchards. The lake, elevation and soil type somehow make a perfect environment for cherries. We, again, started to think that if our new house purchase didn't work out… But then we pulled up Trulia on my phone and found that with a $10.5 million home, ...
... Columbia Falls, past home of our friends Mike and Randi Steckler.
We arrive in West Glacier and use our "Lifetime" National Park card and head up to Lake McDonald Lodge. It isn't open till tomorrow, but the views are great and Dave and Kathleen loved it. With the spring thaw, the streams were rushing to get to the big lake. This lodge opened in 1927 and it hasn't changed much since. No TV or internet allowed. Secret the ...
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