JJJ Wilderness Ranch
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After another long drive we got to our last destination before heading into Canada: Glacier National Park - pretty much minus the glaciers.
We headed out to scout out some locations and before really entering the park we saw a bear! It was a black bear, and after another hour we saw another. Bears actually do exist! We got some bear spray as a just in case as we need it for Mt Assiniboine, and i think Jen was pretty happy to have it :p
We changed campgrounds today. We left Many Glacier campground (on the eastern side of Glacier) and headed to Apgar Campground in southwestern Glacier. There are cute shops in Apgar and a small beach area on Lake McDonald.
Once settled in Apgar Campground (site A1), we took a short bike ride on the bike path. We saw the lovely beach area on Lake McDonald and decided to let the kids swim/play at the beach. We rode back ...
We decided to tackle Grinnell Glacier trail today. It is 12 miles round trip and climbs over 1600 feet to the top of a mountain where Grinnell Glacier and the beautiful glacial lake lie. We ate a hearty breakfast, packed lunches, and walked to the trailhead. (On the way, I realized I left my sunglasses back at the motorhome, so I ran back to the site & rode my bike to the trailhead.)
This is truly the most gorgeous hike. The views ...
We drove part of the Going to the Sun Road, spotting a black bear on the side of the road right off the bat. We stopped at a beautiful overlook to eat our sandwiches. Since Wesley doesn't like sandwiches, both Rees & I forgot to pack something for him! (Oops) We made him munch on our sandwiches and we all ate fruit and chips, too.
We parked at Logan Pass and after a brief visit to the visitor center, hiked ...
We woke up at 9:00 and ate a hearty breakfast of French toast and bacon. (Rees made me write that since he cooked it.) We planned our 10-mile round-trip hike to Iceberg Lake, made sandwiches, and packed our backpack and fanny pack. It was a blustery, damp day, but we were determined. We hiked up the trail in a mix of clouds and sun (mostly clouds) and endured constant misting rain about 4 miles in. It is ...