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Another beautiful day. Temperature perfect for Walking 25 degree.
Walked 8 kms along a river valley. Mountain views and bubbling river with little waterfalls along the way. Walking through Western red cedar giants.
lunched on a lake that was fed by live glaciers from the mountains. Had a least 6 unwanted guest foraging for scrapes. ( …
Wonderful day. Started late after breaky 10.30. It is so quiet here.
did two walks - one along Mcdonald river then along the lake. Nice temperature for Walking 25 degree.
Didn't see any bears although jeff had his bear spray ready on his hip!!!
saw lots of chipmunks and squirrels and beautiful scenery included little waterfalls and …
GLAD TO HEAR THE CROWS WON.
we have moved on from our 1930 motel and shadow and willow (the owners).
Traveller through some interesting country stopping at a tiny town for lunch. Restaurant run by a THIRD GENERATION ITALIAN/AMERICAN WOMAN. Found it interesting that she would still claim this heritage.
she filled us in on …
... Creek Fire. The fire started about 3:45 p.m. on July 21 and quickly destroyed 800 acres. By early August, 4000 acres had burned. Really a sad sight.
We drove to Many Glacier and was surprised how low St. Mary's Lake is I guess between the lack of snow and rainfall. The area is in drought. After 6-1/2 hours we finally reached the Swiftcurrent Motor Inn. BKL and I walked one of the short trails, the Iceberg-Ptarmigan Trail. There was a wooden bridge ...
... up to that standard. It was still quite beautiful with towering mountains rising almost straight up beside us. A number of these mountains were high enough to have a timberline. That is an area beyond which trees will not grow due to the altitude and changing soil and temperature.
This took us from an altitude in Coram of 3,200’ to 5,164’ at Two Medicine Lake. Rising Wolf Mountain a part of the Lewis and Clark range of mountains soared to 9,513’ across the lake ...