|Today we woke up to rain and thought we wouldn't be able to go up to Glacier. The rain stopped around noon and we drove up to Logan Pass, basically right along the Continental Divide. Logan Pass is at an elevation of just over 6600 ft. There was also one photo area that showed the Triple Divide, where the Mississippi starts towards the Gulf, the Columbia starts towards the Pacific and the Saskatchewan starts towards Hudson Bay. Another photo area showed an island in Lake St Mary that is called Goose Island. They did not expound on the name. The Red Bus was a tour bus with a canvas top that is open on good days. There were many waterfalls or creeks. Jackson Glacier was a photo area that stated the glacier would be completely gone by 2030. The views were breathtakingly beautiful. On the drive we were able to see a Dahl Sheep and Black Bear Cub. Stopping at the St Mary Visitor Center to GNP, there was an Osprey nesting platform outside the visitor center with two adult and at least two young Ospreys. There was also a video camera on the center that allowed you to see the nest in real time inside. Our pictures, although pretty good, do not really capture the beauty of the area. Hope you enjoy them.