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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 ...
... snagging one of the last campsites at 2:30 on Thursday afternoon, much to our surprise! Once again, amazing weather greeted us on Friday morning, and we embarked on our longest day hike yet to Grinnell Glacier. 12 miles round trip, but it flew by as we were awed once again by the amazing views all the way up.
We were also thrilled to celebrate Susie and Patty's wedding day up in the mountains! Though sad ...
Thursday was my biggest driving day to date as I cut a bee line towards Glacier National Park. I crossed through three states and managed to unwind about 350 miles off Tonka's speedo. I should probably take some time to explain why I have nicknamed the truck "Tonka" (not "The Beast" - sorry, Pete). America is full of very BIG trucks. In Australia people overcompensate on their utes by intalling bullbars, 50 aerials, and big mud flaps. Here they buy the biggest truck ...
... we are grateful for. She has provided us with enough to do over the past two weeks. When we arrived in Missoula, Montana which had been recommended to us for its biking we were just so happy to be there. The guy at the visitor centre was stellar and told us of a shin dig by the riverside and the best trails to visit. We spent the afternoon looking around, enjoying the surfers and kayakers riding the man made wave in the middle of town ...
... similar to the way that taking bucket baths in India did! So, it was REALLY nice to proceed to Bozeman, Montana to hook back up with yet another of the Montclair connections - to stay with Chris‘ high school friend Dave. Needless to say, I opted out of a weekend canoe trip with the guys to have a house with real running water and electricity all to myself. It was the perfect situation for reflecting on this tremendous experience to compile into this ...