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... and I pretended to see it on account of the detailed set of instructions he gave us to locate it. Lara saw it though (although she admitted it was the size of a jellybean against the steep mountain side).
Day 2 was far better weather-wise, so we headed back to GNP to tackle the trail to Avalanche Lake (5 mile round trip). The first part was all boardwalk through a section called the Cedar Trail which hugged Avalanche Creek into a ...
... a nuclear meltdown! We got our rental car and programmed the GPS to take us to Apgar Village.
We finally arrived at about 3:30 a.m. instead on the 3:00 p.m. time it should have been, an entire day of vacation shot with an aggrevating 14 hours spent in the airport....thanks alot Delta!
I do not recommend flying Delt airlines. I'd suggest anyone book either United or Southwest to avoid this cluster****!
Update - after ...
... missing and all that showed up, months later, were their two very hungry horses Tex and Jerry, huddled together under a tree. They were starving, but alive. Hence, Hungry Horse...a town, a mountain, and a dam. Sidebar 2 The dam releases warm water in order to provide a livable environment for the trout that live below it. Also, it releases large amounts of water during the fall, winter, and spring but stays full during the ...
... thought I'd be this excited to see animals, but it's addicting going on these "Moose Patrol" missions. Everytime I saw an animal, I wanted to see more. Maybe a Safari might be next on the list? Hmmmm!
After about a week in Glaciar, we sadly needed to leave. We'll be driving up in time to catch the last bit of the "Calgary Stampede" before flying back to California. Calgary's blog will be the last entry for this trip. Wow, I can't believe the trip is winding down. ...
... The young woman on the checkout commented on my Dharma necklace and was most impressed when I told her about its provenance.
I headed back to the motel with my stash of apples and other assorted items. I was now beginning to feel the very unpleasant effects of major sleep deprivation so decided it was time to plug in the computer to see if I could get it online via the motel's WiFi – ...