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... tour. We saw a lot, and it was nice having the commentary from the driver. We started at the lodge and continued onto Marias Pass, Lake McDonald Valley, Going-to-the-Sun Road, Logan Pass, and St. Mary Valley.
We stopped at many places along the way.
We stopped for lunch at McDonald Lodge.
... is the first sunset we have been able to see since Morro Bay. Almost a month ago!
The sunset itself wasn't spectacular because there were still a lot of rain clouds (yes, it is still raining up here, but we had a nice rainbow!) however, the sunset reflecting off of what we could see off of the snow capped mountains was just...ah!
Tomorrow Glacier for sure!!
... did not know was that it also involved
hiking up another 500 feet in elevation.
I put up with their complains the whole way, but I got them through it. From the overlook you can see the beautiful
lake which is far below and another 1.5 mile hike from the lookout. I wanted to go on but David and Rick
protested so I relented. Not – Fact is David is only one in shape enough to
take on the additional hike. Did see ...
... to sleep..AARRRGGHH!!!!
Turns out the border guy was really nice and could see from the stamps in our passport that we had only entered Canada that morning so he let us through and didn’t even ask to see Zach, we thanked him for that as we drove off back into the USA.
The afternoon we went to the St Mary Visitor centre and Chris hopped on the shuttle back up to logan pass to do the Highline and Hidden Lake hikes I had done before.
After Chris got back ...
... rocking chairs on the back porch.
The Park was also still a bit chilly and rainy especially from the motorcycle but with 4 layers of clothes plus rainwear it was tolerable.
We will be heading into Canada tomorrow assuming they let us in. The Trans Canada Hwy will be take us thru Lake Louise, Banff and Jasper. We are just to close to bypass these magnificent parks.