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From our cabin it is about a 30-mile drive to Logan Pass on the Going to the Sun Highway, a tortuous route of narrow roads and hundreds of turns. But the views are magnificent. The smog is gone and we could finally see some of the amazing vistas. After we got to Logan Pass we traveled east to St. Mary's Lake and ...
... jam sandwiches and the beauty of this place. BTW huckleberry everything is sold here. We especially like the milkshake! The drive to Avalanche Creek trailhead takes you past McDowell Lake. Not to be diminished in anyway cuz it is magnificent. I really need some new vocabulary words to describe the beauty here. Awesome, stunning, spectacular, breathtaking....so ordinary! Just too much to take in for one day. Back at our campsite...maybe a short ...
... this morning. Lots of friendly people out even that early, so it was a fun, engaging walk/hike. The view of the lake and surrounding mountains was wonderful, and a herd of big horn sheep was considerate enough to stop by while I was at the top (this hike is notorious for spotting the sheep). The hike down was great, too – the views are really amazing from here. I think I might have crossed the Continental Divide ...
Wednesday we found out we had given Grandmother the wrong days for our visit. She wasn't expecting us until Thursday but it was too late we were almost there. The gracious wonderful GM took us in with open arms, a fridge full of beer, and took us out for Mexican food. She then informed us that she was sending us on an adventure the next day. After a relaxing nights sleep in GM's guest cottage we were ready for adventure. First ...
... boat tour of the lake, which was very informative as well. Kevin was glad to learn what avalanche tracks look like on the mountain. Our tour guide did a great rap about glacial geology. When we got off the boat, our bus was waiting for us. We drove to Running Eagle falls or "trick falls" which had a second falls behind the first falls. Apparently in the spring, you can't see the back falls because the ...