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We were both a bit tired by this time of the day and had no clue if 20 miles of traveling on a rough gravel road at 5mph would be worth it. They have timetables that clearly outline activities for the day. Apart from the amount that you will have to pay for the transport there are other factors you have to keep in mind before you can choose. In which country can you find it? Traveling especially in a different country or state will be different from what you are used to. Bulgaria is the only country in Europe that hasn’t changed its name since it was first established in 681 AD. We were the first car in line and a tiny woman came up to the car and smiled at us. We lingered for quite some time simply enjoying the views before we meandered back down the trail to the car and backtracked down the highway toward St Mary Lake. The trail wasn’t terribly crowded, but all those steps are sometimes worse for me than simply hiking up a slope. I remember this plant so well from my days mapping in the high mountain ranges of Idaho, just across the divide from where we were hiking in Glacier.

Through the trees, with no place to pull over for a decent photo, we saw Jackson Glacier nestled into the mountain in the distance. Due to the debate on climate change, forest fires as potential disturbance have become an issue in the Alpine region over the last decade. The highway levels out a bit as it approaches St Mary Lake, and there is a very large fire scar from recent forest fires that mar the views somewhat. We drove a bit down the road thinking we might come upon a picnic area with a roadside table for our lunch (minus a few cookies.). We went back and forth a bit with the decision and finally decided to keep going, just a little bit further. It’s a linen cloth dating back to the medieval period and is said to bear the image of Christ himself. I had to call it quits and Mo and I sat on the broad red metamorphic rocks enjoying the view before we headed back down the “trail”. Continuing down the road, we finally did see a glacier. Having driven the western portion of this road, I would say that the eastern part is an easier drive, not quite as narrow and not as scary as the west side.

Continuous Integration and Testing – Li-Wen headed up this session, and is an area the Foundation is funding by having him on our staff. The other thing that was noticeable was the lack of sunlight in the deep canyon protected on all sides by the towering peaks that surrounded the lake. The sunlight was so bright and was facing directly at me but I did manage to prove that there is at least one visible glacier in Glacier National Park. The statistics about the retreating and disappearing glaciers in Glacier National Park are sobering. Even high on the pass, we saw no evidence of glaciers within our views. You can get doors that lock, and even if someone pulls up the canvas sheeting, it would be hard to get through the latticed wood. It was a short hike, and even though we took our time, we returned to the car within an hour or so. There was a ranger at the campground, and we took our time cruising around the sites, deciding which ones we might like to try if we ever came back. This might have happened as recently as 15,000 years ago or as far back as 32,000 years ago.

They could be only a radiating society and might build Beacons. Something Mo and I were especially intrigued by during the day was the dramatic view of Singleshot Mountain above St Mary Lake with its colorful sedimentary layers of the Appekuny Formation. We parked in the upper parking lot where there was a short walkway to this view of the hotel with the beautiful lake and mountain backdrop. Logan Pass is well known for sightings of Rocky Mountain sheep along the trail, but we weren’t lucky enough to see any on this day, although I did see them back in the late 90s when I hiked all the way to the lake. With the visitor center closed the main activity to enjoy at Logan Pass is the hike to Hidden Lake. We reached the Logan Pass parking lot before noon with only about 1/3 of the parking lot filled. After an hour or so, including stops for photos, we reached the intersection of Highway 89 and the Going to the Sun road at the St Mary Visitor Center. Once we were on the road west toward Many Glacier, we were stunned to discover a long stretch of rough gravel road.

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