Travel Blogs from Waterton Lakes National Park
... is one of the fun things about going to National Parks. Everyone is so friendly!
Waterton - The town that we are staying in, while going to the park, is right in the park! So there have been several times while walking the streets that we have seen mule deer. They have been so close that Paul says he could punch one right in the nose. It is a little scary to be walking so close to wildlife. But ...
Driving within the park at 6:30 am we came upon 4 goats. You'll get a "kick" out of the photos of these wild critters.
Later that morning we climbed the Bears Hump, a steep trail that provides an overview of the Waterton Lakes and town. At 9:30 in the ...
After landing at our site, before going on the hike, we had to pass thru U.S. Customs, since were were going from Canada to the U.S.
It was an interesting hike. Lots of lush, green foilage.
Beautiful scenery on the hike and the lake ...
... seem to have solved, access to the web. As we had stopped here on our 2010 trip, it was a great time to reminisce. Dave loved the “Glacier Park Transportation. These vehicles were originally made by White Motors but refurbished by Ford Motor Company and they are now powered by Propane. A few pictures may creep in that will show the Lodge in the sunshine instead of our cloudy day. On our way out of the park we stopped at the ...
... Oh, material possessions, you prove just how much of a consumer ***** I really am.
My parents and my best friend, Amanda, were at the airport to see me off. There were some tears on all sides. To be honest, though, I think my worst times will come after I've arrived, before I've established a social network in the new city. Far too many incredible people who will be missed ...
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