Paul Ranch Montana Llc
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... huge because we could make it out clearly from a long way away and then one of the other hikers let us look through his scope thing and see it up close and personal – trust me it was HUGE!
So finally Severin got to see his Grizzly…and as it seems to be the case that every time he wishes to see an animal it appears he has chosen ‘dragon’ as his next animal of choice – I am feeling a little safer about this one!
... up at 4.20am to be one of the first people on this iconic roads for the season. Beautiful road, ice-melt waterfalls everywhere, 20ft high snow walls, Big-horn Sheep, a very friendly Hoary Marmot, Moose swimming across the lake and even 2 Minx running across the road. We came to really like this park in the end, it borders Canada so we thought... Canada, why ...
The campground is pretty busy, but fortunately it's generally quiet at night. However, it takes some planning (or luck) to get a shower in the morning. Fortunately (?) I still wake up around 6am, so I’m usually in and out before the crowd hits. A nice hot shower is a good defense against the chilly mornings.
I had a much better hike today! Left the campsite about an hour earlier than yesterday, and stopped by the local ...
... a magnificent church on Indian territory in Montana? It's like walking into a cathedral in Europe. I'm glad Tanzy directed my attention to it. It's just off MT-93 when you drive north from Missoula in the direction of Flathead Lake which I did on Tuesday. I decided to spend the night at the lake (at a campground called Yellow Bay). My tent was right next to a creek where I could cool my ...
... but more that I wanted to get into the park with time to find a good campsite. As each afternoon draws to a close, the campsites of the major parks play host to a vehicular version of musical chairs as everyone jostles to snag one of the first-come-first-served campsites. I was planning to spend two nights in Glacier, so I thought I'd pull up short and try to sneak in early the next day instead. So, at about 6pm I rolled into Yellow Bay State Park and set up camp ...