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... for the second time in two days, no less. Makes my toes curl just thinking about it, but I did move on.
Next stop ... wherever I got to when I’d had enough of driving for the day, which ended up being ***********tana. Again, I was on secondary roads, really good ones, with minimal traffic. There was no wind and the sky was bright blue with a few fluffy clouds. Couldn’t ...
... legal document representing a land claim by the Unites States. This signature is as valid today as it was over two hundred years ago." Captain Clark left many marks on the trail. Only this one remains. Proving our ranger at the entry booth wrong, after listening to a movie in the interpretive center and reading some of the exhibits, we courageously set out on our own Voyage of Discovery and trudged up all 200 steps, and happily (and more easily) came back down ...
... enjoying the cool temps.
Sunday morning we attended the combined Methodist-Congregational church. This is Lutheran/Catholic country, so other than three Baptist or independent churches, this was the only mainstream Protestant church in town. About 30 folks were in church and all but one couple and the pastor were Social Security age. You can make a big splash when you visit a church that size--we sang louder than anyone there!
Packed up and ready to make our last stop in GNP at Many Glacier area.
If time permitted, and everyone was up for it, we would have done the Grinnell Glacier hike. It is a long hike (~11 miles round trip) to the most famous glacier in the park. If current warming trends continue, it is predicted that all of the park's glaciers will melt away before 2030 (another reason to come ...
... and US 312 (our route) headed east. We had already covered 25 miles, and it was time for a break!
We called Gayle and Norma and told them where we were and they pulled in a few minutes later – great timing! We ate a snack, refilled water bottles, and bought some cookies for desert at lunch time! Then Gayle took a turn on Lea’s bike and we headed east on US 312. Gayle told us to ride ahead, and she ...