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Aug 10, 2018 - Glacier National Park

Glacier National Park is an incredible place. We started with kayaking on Lake McDonald. The lake is 10 miles long, 450 feet deep and filled with water from melting snowpack and glacier. This is the largest of many lakes in the park. We then located the bike trail and biked a few miles through the west side of the park. The lake is surrounded by mountains that vault to the sky. A few peaks still had patches of snow. Due to the fires as far away as California the sky was hazy and subdued the distant views. Glacier NP is a popular place in...

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May 21, 2013 - Beautiful Drive to Ronan, MT

We got out ahead of the storm this morning & only had to deal with a little wind thru the canyons so not a bad drive at all. And it was beautiful! We arrived at Aunt Anna's mid afternoon & got the trailer set up. You couldn't ask for a more beautiful location - a pond with geese & ducks in one direction & mountains all around. We had a nice visit with Anna. David hadn't seen her in 55 or more years & it was great to catch up on the Kruse family. Anna has a young border collie/red healer & she & Callie had a wonderful time running thru...

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Jul 1, 2012 - Ronan, Montana Area

We landed in Ronan, Montana yesterday. Ronan is about halfway between Missoula and Kalispell, MT. We could not get a camp spot in Kalispell for a couple of days so this was a stopping off place. I am glad we did set up camp here. We went to the National Bison Range near here. Lots of neat scenery and some wildlife as well! We saw a bear (long way off so not able to get a picture), pronghorn antelope, elk, white-tailed deer and a bunch of bison. There are between 300 and 500 bison on the preserve. We liked it so much we went back again. We...

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