Hidden Hollow Hideaway
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Beautiful day, took a walk, saw a cat ( who adopted us and accompanied us along the river 'till the dog showed up), saw a bull moose on Gary's property, had a shower!
Gotta go now.
...COCKTAILS, more later.
... can readily be determined from the dates of this entry I am way behind in my journaling, so to recap: in Las Vegas on Sunday the 20th Zion on Monday the 21st for two days then on to Ogden, Utah on Wednesday the 23rd for a couple of days, Friday, September 25 found us in Bear Lake Idaho, Sunday the 27th in Teton Village until we drove to Bozeman Montana on Friday October 2. I am presently lazing on the sunny back deck ...
... until 1974 over a route in Montana. The line was bought up and is now totally diesel powered. The engine is in beautiful condition in a small park surrounded by grass and flowers. Harlowton is small and as most small towns interesting to walk through. There are a number of abandoned buildings, but cafes and bars still operate as well as a hotel and other businesses. We'd been here before, in the seventies when we lived in White Sulfur Springs and I taught ...
... steeply to Ptarmigan Lake which is nestled in a high cirque. The trail is mostly in trees except for the last half mile or so. At the lake one can look up to the back wall of the cirque and see two long switchbacks that appear to reach just below the height of the ridge. Instead it reaches a 200-foot tunnel that leads to the other side of the ridge. It is 600 feet up to the tunnel entry. The views from both ends of the tunnel are amazing. The north side has sheer walls ...
... lake far away. We hiked through snow and wildflower meadows, we saw waterfalls and lakes and mountains.
Day 48-50: Backpacking in Glacier. The hike was not wonderful at all (my least favorite part was the thick patches of berry bushes that were taller than Kurt-we couldn't see the trail at all since it was so overgrown), but it was nice to be in the backcountry for the first time this summer. Our 2nd night, we had the whole campground to ourselves (there were only ...