St. Mary'S Lodge
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... for a really good bacon and cheddar turnover and much-needed cups of coffee before making the return trip. The whole thing took us about 4 hours with lots of stops along the way.
We had a relaxing late afternoon at the lodge finishing some work, downloading photos, and updating the blog. We returned to the dining room for a dinner of burgers and salads and a couple of delicious local beers, followed by a walk along the lake. We are lucky ...
... trail, through pine forests, crossing small waterfalls and creeks, hugging the mountains. Even though Rees and I previously hiked to Iceberg Lake, we were once again in awe of the beautiful sight of the glacial lake surrounded by ice and snow, glaciers, and mountains.
Before the descent, we used the most God-awful-smelling pit toilet and the kids played in the snow. On our trek down (through ...
... there will not be any.
Walking the track was at times trying, as we were climbing on narrow paths in the sun 27 deg.
the end result was worth it. Although our bodies are not certain nor our muscles. We think a few wines will be ok as we used up a calories.
On the walk Jen spotted a huge mountain sheep just posing on the side of a mountain and then when we came back into the pine Forrest people were looking at this gigantic moose having dinner.
very happy ...
... continuing threat of heavily smoke filled skies. As we prepared to leave, rain was predicted for the coming weekend on the east side of the park and we became hopeful that we would be rewarded with at least one or two days of good views. Additionally, the air quality was rated at "Moderate" in the east compared with the “Unhealthy” in the west.
We pulled up stakes and took Montana Route 2 from West to East where we observed the impacts ...
... a bear or a moose!
We traveled so far for so long down an unpaved road I thought we'd never get to East Glacier --- I noticed a couple picking something off the bushes near a pull out so and I pulled over to ...