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... going the other way ask if we saw the moose. We keep a watch, but see nothing then nor on our way back. When we finally make it up to the lake, the main short spot is filled with people so I follow the trails along the shore until I finally find a quieter spot to stop and take a break. Sadly the quietness is broken by another group that wanders through.
Before heading down we take one branch in the trail that heads out to where the creak down starts for a few pictures ...
... was very pretty. Then we walked around a nature trail for a while. There were signs everywhere warning of bears so we were extra noisy.
Once we got down to the lake we still had about 45 minutes before the boat left, so dad backed the truck to the lake, lowered the tailgate and we ate our picnic lunch if front of one of the best views in the world.
When it was finally time to get on the boat we enjoyed a relaxing 20 minute cruise narrated by one of their staff. ...
... from the surrounding mountain cliffs is deafening. With plenty of pictures taken i head back to the car.
From here we head to St Marys for the night.
Sitting around a well made camp fire we are joined by a young fella from Florida. Gerry goies to bed around 10pm, and Adam and myself stay up till just after midnight, talking about our travels.
... lakes that are the most beautiful color blue. If you're lucky you may see some of the wildlife that lives in the park - I was lucky enough to see a couple of mountain goats, who were happily hanging out on the side of the road.
Sadly my drive through Glacier National Park eventually came to an end, but that wasn't too upsetting, because I had planned to drive on the Cascade scenic highway in Washington. Lewis and Clark National Forest ...
... over and laughed.
Up at Logan Pass we all decided to get back down and head for camp. Spaghetti was the requested meal for the hikers. We all decided that if we could, we would stay one more night and let them hang around camp while Rob and I explored the West side of the park the next day. Everyone was good with that plan. A third day in the same place! Unheard of on this adventure! We must like Glacier National Park a lot.