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... himself up the rocks, then shimmied into a crack and climbed further up. We also saw a great big snow bank near the tunnel entrance. After such a hot summer in NC, it was nice to see snow in July! Just before we headed back into the tunnel, a golden-mantled ground squirrel popped out. This area was a really great spot to view wildlife! We then headed back through the tunnel and down the switchbacks to Ptarmigan Lake. On the way down, we saw the herd ...
Hugh Monroe was tall, with broad shoulders and a thick, dark beard. He had hands made strong through constant work. He was a northern fur trapper and he was hopeful that reaching out to the native tribe, the Blackfeet, he could avoid the conflicts he had seen other white trappers have as native and white interests overlapped.
Months later, having integrated into the tribe the way few white men had been able, Hugh found that his motives had broadened. ...
... and Moose Jaw then on to Regina. We spent about 12 hours on the road and made it to Regina around 7.00 pm on monday.
All the jokes about how flat the country is here are all true but it is really nice country and lots of lakes and wetlands.
We have settled in here for 2 weeks.
Lots of good things to report on in our next blog entry.
Cheers for now
Jeff and Wendy.
... lynx, inhabit the park. Hundreds of species of birds, more than a dozen fish species, and a few reptile and amphibian species have been documented.
We drove about 100 miles (which is a very small part of the entire park), hiked part way around Bowman Lake about 7 miles, but we only saw two young deer during our day and some chipmunks. No lion, tigers or bear!
I have included a few videos to give you a "if you were there" feel.
... drove over to Running Eagle Falls. The trail to the falls was really short at about .3miles. We took some pictures while the girls played along the water’s edge. The light wasn’t great with some direct sunlight hitting the water so we decided to come back later in the day once the sun had set behind the ridge. Next we drove over to the Two Medicine Lake, where we took a 45 minute boat cruise. ...