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... them out. We spent more than an hour staring at the immense peaks, the glaciers, the turquoise lake, we even went down to the water and splashed around a bit. Stebbs was even daring enough to walk out into the freezing glacial waters. For a while we were accompanied by a gentlemanly mountain goat who casually feasted on grass near us, as we speculated about the possibility of building a house on the shore of the lake and never leaving. We ...
... 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 ...
... indicates that the mountain lion has moved on. They routinely have bears that move through
After the nice visit we
returned to the east side of the park via the “Road to the Sun” and went to the
Park Café for sandwiches and pie. Every
time we have gone past the café, it has been swamped with people and it is most
famous for its pies, over fifteen different kinds. Waiter told us that the café makes ...
... we left. On the drive we saw a Mother black bear and her 2 cubs near the town, our first bears in the park yeah!!!!! We said this made the whole trip worthwhile after driving all the way up and back the Red Rock Parkway which is famous for bear spotting as well as big horn sheep and seeing not a single animal.
Zach finally fell asleep just before we got to the US customs and border control…great we thought now we are going to have to wake him up for customs and he only ...
... ten p.m.. He taught me to use dead pine needles for fuel for a fire, kill a fire with a stick, light a fire with grass, dead leaves, and a long stick. He was very wilderness smart. Eventhough he was three years younger than me, he was fun to hang out with.And that was where our day stopped. Today probably was our best day yet. We'll keep you posted! :} -Anthony ...