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... lake remained mostly hidden, still mostly frozen over. But the real prize at the end of the trail were several mountain goats including at least two or three baby kids. They moved around a lot among the tourists stopping frequently for poses. After about 10min, both girls were imitating the goats. There were also some really aggressive ground squirrels that were begging for food, and when none was given they commenced to digging ...
We pulled into Whitefish KOA (all of about 20 miles from Lakeside, but who knew??) and once again, no one is here! It's actually a pretty cool park (some of them are) with a HUGE selection of things for the kids from BIG Blow up slides to indoor outdoor pools and a petting zoo. They even have frisbee golf and hot tubs for the bigger kids. Free breakfast is even provided. Sweet!
We cruised the park and picked our spot then headed out to West Glacier. Along the way you ...
... The rest stop was right next to a lake which made it that little bit nicer to relax at. On the drive I was suddenly woken up by others in the van because there was a black bear on the side of the road. Unfortunately for us it was walking down the hill on the ore side of the road so all I got was a quick glimpse of its head as it looked up before walking away. We were all ...
... spot for lunch Had my "chicken in a can" lunch; quite tasty As I was eating I saw people congregating on the trail to my left Soon I found out why; the family of goats I had seen earlier was making its way out of the woods on a little path that was directly in front me. I was just a few feet away as they made their way by after enjoying a few more minutes headed down to Logan Pass My shuttle driver, Rick Charles, the '75 Penn State grad happened to be ...
... It was like hiking through a gigantic granite bowl with ice berg capped rims and a glacier covered valley - you know, your everyday mixing bowl:) Not only was this a great confidence builder for me, but the reward of seeing the magical lake was extreme. Actually the hike itself was so visually stimulating that I wasn't even aware of distance and before I knew it, it was over!
After running into an another couple, Bill and Sally, on a hike ...