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... remain toasty all wrapped up, and we got a good night sleep believe it or not. No bears woke us up, or wolves or coyotes or any of the other things we had been warned about. We woke up at 6am to find the tent all frozen over and Rosie was reporting it was -2 degrees. Brrrr! We were freezing. Time to get back in the car and put the heating and the hot seats on again before we head to the showers.
Today we drove through Glacier National Park. ...
We had a great day today. Something woke Chaco up at 5:00 AM, so ... We are so NOT morning people, but this may change. Hopefully she will learn all the little camping noises and learn to sleep in. Actually it was a beautiful morning. We got going very early and it was a good thing. We ran into very thick fog and then A LOT of road construction on our way to meet Donna, a cousin of Sandra's. We met her for lunch and we just had ...
... silent reverie for a few seconds. Everyone of us had read it, and like everyone who reads it we gave it a moment of contemplation. “The Little Prince” , that little heart wrenching happy-sad book that we all love. I talked about my favorite part, where the little prince watched the sunset 44 times. His reason for doing it, “one loves the sunset, when one is so sad” .
We were in for a pleasant surprise at the end of ...
September 7, 2012
Two Medicine CG
(East) Glacier National Park, MT
On Tuesday, September 4th,
we followed the last campers out of Cabin City CG and locked the gate
behind us ending our wilderness adventure. Quickly upon I-90 and
west to the Hiawatha Rail Trail. We arrived there before eleven and
were soon off and into Idaho. Not that you would know just where you
were as the first two miles of ...
... quickly at the Visitor's Center to use the bathroom, but the building was locked. Hmmm…guess I would have to wait. The sign said the drive was only about 20 minutes. I first drove the West Loop and saw one lonely bison. I then started on the winter trail, as parts of the regular loop were closed (it wound around a very steep mountain). I saw a herd of bison off in the distance over the hills, but they were pretty far away. I spied an eagle in ...