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As I continued down the Seeley-Swan Valley, I realized I had picked the best part of the valley. Everything before and after was more residential or resort-based, and the place I had camped was the least populated. Nonetheless, the valley continued in its beauty and consistency of lakes. After Swan Lake, the area opened up into more agricultural landscape. Montana's wide, lush valleys surrounded by towering mountains are unlike any other place ...
After driving through 2 beautiful states (Washington and Idaho) we arrived finally in Montana. The drive along the Colombia River from Portland was fantastic, the sheer size of the river was astounding. I was reading a book kindly given to me by Leon and Debs entitled Undaunted Courage, all about the Lewis and Clark Trail, and seeing the mouth of this river, that they canoed down brought home to me the amazing journey they made. I ...
... stop. I downloaded these 1-2 minute informational helps to listen to at the right time. They were great! They were not too long and they gave some interesting facts or hints about what was around. I would suggest listening to these if you are going to Glacier.
Overall we had a very good day. My legs are super tired from the hike, but they will be ready for whatever we have next! I will sleep well tonight!
... temperature is suitable for shorts! Severin was in heaven hiking in the snow again, me – not so much! But I have to admit it was totally worth it, we walked to a great view of a beautiful lake and mountains and saw a ton of Mountain Goats and their babies (and a few Marmots ...and Columbian Ground Squirrels - those were a little lost perhaps?) and finally on the way back down, (and thankfully from quite a distance), we saw a HUGE Grizzly! We knew ...
We unhooked the car from Big Mo and were off to Glacier National Park this morning. It was a beautiful day and we couldn't wait to get started. Our first stop was at the Visitor's Center, where they gave us maps of the Park and we saw a 20 minute video about how the Park was created. We almost signed up for a tour in a big red taxi that seats 10 - 12 people, but it was open at the top and it was going ...