Lodge at Whitefish Lake
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... 5 miles from camp, D said that she would stay in the car to allow the battery to charge up a bit while I took the girls up to the falls. We got back to the car about 8:15, and then made it to the campfire circle for the last half of the program.
After the Campfire Circle program, we dashed off to catch the sunset at Two Medicine Lake. The sunset was kinda blah. So we went back to camp and called it a ...
... they named it that. So we paid our $25.00 entrance fee and decided to see what we could see in the 16 miles of the park that are open. We took the road called "Road to the sun." I think someone forgot to leave directions. We found very little sun. The nice thing about off season? Less traffic. The bad part? Misty rain and hail that make it hard to see the scenery. That translates into I only got about 135 photos to weed through this evening. I love digital photography!
... see evidence of a recent avalanche - so powerful, snapping trees and metal signs right in half - and the river feeding McDonald Lake. We got more soaked than on our rafting trip!
Definitely a park we’d like to return to a bit later in the season when the road is fully open and we can put a canoe or kayak in the 10 miles long, 1 mile wide lake. Jim is pumped to cycle the full 50 mile road and back! Any takers on joining him??
... The ride down the eastern slope was not quite so hairy, and we came out in St. Mary’s on the eastern side of the park around 2:00 PM.
I stopped in the Visitor Center and stamped my National Park Passport and checked the map. We decided not to drive back but to check out some more of the park. It was only a few miles north and then back in to Many Glaciers, so we took that detour. It was beautiful, too, but a good distance up from the end of ...
... and claimed that she’d "made her day". Strange.
When we finally made it back to base, we found the others waiting for us. We discovered that our ‘short’ hike had actually covered more miles than the ‘intrepid’ Iceberg lake group, so we bought ourselves a hot pizza as a reward.
On the drive back to the campsite, we saw a brown bear minding its ...