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... 5 miles from camp, D said that she would stay in the car to allow the battery to charge up a bit while I took the girls up to the falls. We got back to the car about 8:15, and then made it to the campfire circle for the last half of the program.
After the Campfire Circle program, we dashed off to catch the sunset at Two Medicine Lake. The sunset was kinda blah. So we went back to camp and called it a ...
... trip to St. Mary falls. Everyone enjoyed the boat ride, hike, and sitting by the waterfall.
After the boat ride, lunch and rest, we loaded up and drove part of the Going To The Sun Highway as far as Logan Pass.
We took a hike up to Hidden Lake overlook, about 1 1/2 miles one way. This felt like being at the top of the world! We were at the overlook with the lake below and mountains in the background. There was a trail down to the lake, but it ...
... road, so at times, there was no pavement, no lines on the pavement, and very narrow roads going up to Logan Pass. As we got closer to Logan Pass, the clouds were becoming thicker and thicker, until the only thing Dave could see was the center line on the road (by then, the road construction was over and the road was well paved and lined, even though it was still very narrow. It was a harrowing ride to the top at Logan ...
... We can also plug the laptop and battery chargers for the cameras into an AC socket so there is no need to leave things charging in toilet blocks as we have done in the past. All cars need one of these I think.
Anyway we plugged along and after 8 hours we finally reached Whitefish where we set up camp in a picturesque spot on a lake. It was then we discovered that trains went by every hour and sounded like they ...
... to take pictures and admire the view…
… And the views were awesome… fantastic… breathtaking. Lush forest carpets the mountainsides, interspersed with narrow waterfalls issuing from the rocks, snow and, of course, glaciers in the distance. The road winds up through Logan Pass, over the top and down the other side. By the time we passed the top, I had an overwhelming need to stop and relieve myself (Lacey, too). It had nothing to ...