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Hidden Lake- The only hike that Paul and I took today was to go see Hidden Lake off of Logan Pass. It was 1.5 miles out to the overlook and 1.5 miles back. Going to the overlook took some encouragement from Paul. It was full of steps. I am still not back to my stamina from before the accident, so we had to stop a few times for me to catch my breath. But once we got to the ...
... of unsuspecting hikers. We stayed at the overlook for probably about an hour before heading back to the car. The hike out seemed easier, if not a little more slippery on the way down the hill. In the parking lot, two Big Horn Sheep were licking something on the ground literally feet away from our car. We loaded up and headed back down the hill, we stopped by West Glacier for some groceries and gas before returning to camp after quite a long ...
... large ranches with cattle becoming more common as the day went on. This hasn't been the case until now with land aplenty with not much on it.
We stopped off at Arby's in Butte for some burgers for lunch. Butte was an attractive town although it has remanents of copper mines dotted through the residential areas. As the afternoon unfolded, the countryside became more scenic with the road following Flathead Lake which ...
... and some estimate that the glaciers might totally disappear by 2020.
We did get off the road a few times for short hikes. One was on the Trail of the Cedars where there are lots of old, tall cedars along a very picturesque river. This is a short hike through the woods over wooden boardwalks and bridges. Another hike was along the Sunrift Gorge where a strong glacial river was flowing. Both really relaxing and nice ...
... alert to the upper branches of nearby Aspen tree intensely jostling in the breezeless air. Chris and my eyes locked with an unspoken assumption that we were about to have our very first bear encounter. So we did what any logical, unarmed human would do...stood on our picnic table to get a better look:) Being able to see that there was nothing of any sizably threatening height shaking the tree, we walked over to check it out. We approached to find a busy ...