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... br> glacier. On the other side of the mountain,
we could see the smoke from the Reynolds Creek Fire, which had unfortunately
picked up a bit in the last day or two.
As we were getting ready to head back down, we spotted a mountain goat
far below on Salamander Glacier. Too far
for a good picture. Then, we started
making our way back down to the Highline Trail.
Shortly after getting back on Highline Trail, we spotted ...
The section of Glacier National Park that I visited this weekend is called, "Many Glacier". I am running out of superlatives. It was awesome. The highlights were:
1. A full half hour watching a big, black bear grazing in a meadow before another, smaller bear wandered into her space. Big bear chased small bear. The big bear won out and went back to her grazing.
2. A twelve mile hike to Grinnell Glacier. Special experience.
... day you can come back and hike these trails. Neither of us had been to Glacier before and scientists predict that the glaciers will be all melted in another 15 years. I told Sean we were absolutely going to see our first bear of the trip and I was pretty hopeful we’d see our first mountain goat ever.
We arrived to our RV park in the afternoon and made a side trip to Goat Lick Overlook where we were got to watch a mountain goat and her ...
... We got one family picture with our feet in the lake and that was it. I think we were all secretly holding back tears in the picture. We had a wonderful time BBQ'ing, relaxing and enjoying the beautiful sites around us. Of course, these first few days after losing McFly were hard, unfortunately due to time, we had to keep going. We will keep everyone posted and keep the updates coming! XO KB, JLB & ...
... spotted a long horned sheep from a far distance, but we saw many mountain goats up close. There were also tons of squirrels, chipmunks, and marmots (which are little woodchuck-looking-things). This park is beautiful and I'm glad we came here. We only did the one hike, but we drove through the park and were able to see both main lakes; Lake McDonald and Saint Mary Lake. Off to Yellowstone, ...