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... the skies opened up drenching the area in a cool summer shower. We both were thankful we were not on the mountain as we crossed the lake and heard thunder crash and saw the skies light up.
On a different day in the Many Glaciers area, we hiked to Red Rock Falls. There is nothing we enjoy more than a streamside hike where we are able to enjoy cascading water in the form of rapids and falls. We enjoyed a picnic lunch at the foot of the falls. Our ...
... are on display for touching. Bird eggs can be held, skulls and horns compared. They range from bears to coyotes, fox, bighorn sheep and elk. Zaya loved walking the elk hoof across the floor. She also tried on the head of the bear for size and then compared her little hand to the huge grizzly bear paw.
When the center was closing we enjoyed a bowl of Huckleberry Ice Cream. We tasted the berries that the bears were eating. A little like a blueberry but ...
... we saw them processing we passed huge fields of grain, mostly wheat, barley and corn. There is also Canola...yellow flowers... Flax seed...blue flowers and several other crops that we think were potatoes and soy beans. As we traveled we started seeing faded mountains in the distance. They got progressively closer until there were the Rockies in all of their glory. The last 50 miles of ...
... a month long portage over the 5 falls of the Missouri River, near Great Falls, dragging the boats on makeshift roller wagons, before continuing on to the Pacific Coast. Really good explanatory film and displays; as usual, needed more time!
Then a long and very slow journey to St Mary's, due to lots of road works. Passed through Fairfield, "malted barley capital of the world ".
Montana is called Big Sky Country ...
... The ride back was equally beautiful, but unfortunately we did not see any wildlife.
On the drive back we stopped for a couple photo opportunities but mostly just enjoyed the scenery.
We picked up the dogs who had been outside playing so were quite tired. The staff told us they had had a great day playing and running around. Even maple had been more social then normal.
On the way back we stopped and grabbed some A&W, but since they did not have ...