Lodge at Whitefish Lake
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... of yellow-green flowers that went to the horizon. I snapped a couple of pictures as we skirted Calgary. It does not seem to be as smoggy as the other large cities we've traveled through. On down the road and the Canadian Rockies loom ahead; rugged, jagged, sharp. Every mountain range that we have crossed has been grander than the one before. We couldn't make it farther than Canmore before giving in for the night.
... creating lakes. Of the estimated 150 glaciers which existed in the park in the mid-19th century, only 25 active glaciers remained by 2010. Scientists studying the glaciers in the park have estimated that all the glaciers may disappear by 2020 if the current climate patterns persist.
Glacier National Park borders Waterton Lakes National Park in Canada—the two parks are known as the Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park, and were designated as the world's first ...
Day 31: Glacier National Park (US) and the Road to the Sun
I'd like to stop for a moment and explain how Amanda and I planned our North American road trip. Basically we listed a couple basic things we wanted to do:
- Somehow visit Estaven Point outside of Tofino, BC, Run Hayward Field (where Prefontaine trained) in Portland, OR
- Meet up with my sister, Jemima when she goes to ...
We were off early to make the three hour drive North to Glacier National Park. Northern Montana has numerous cherry orc**********g Flathead Lake and yellow canola fields. Upon arrival at the West Entrance around noon, we had lunch at Eddie's Restaurant at Apgar inside the park. After lunch we began the two hour slow journey up the Going-to-the-sun Road.
I can ...
... them on different obscure scales and occasionally pretending to be celebrity judges.
On the second we had a huge beach day getting there as early as we could (approximately1:30pm Sutherland time) and stayed until the sun was almost going down. For unknown Sutherland reasons, Arlo booked a hotel "closer to town" for the final night. We drove out of the campground, drove down the ...