When I last posted, DH, Kirsten, and I were in Missoula. DH left very happy and tired after finding about 150 geocaches in 30 hours. We left Missoula and headed north to Flathead Lake, Kalispell, and Glacier National Park.
I've been wanting to return to this part of Montana for years as my family frequently vacationed in this area when I was young, and the beautiful scenery has been etched into my memory.
As we were driving I suddenly heard this tremendous roar of the river and I quickly drove into the pullout to see what it was. Look at how full this river is! All the rivers we saw on our trip are filled with spring runoff.
We stopped by the Lodge to enjoy the lake a little more before we drove to the east side of the park, the long way around.
We drove to East Glacier, then continued north to Canada. Chief Mountain grabbed our attention all along the way.
We crossed the Canadian border and ended up spending the night at Pincher Creek, Alberta, pulling in about 10:00 p.m. with light still in the sky. What a beautiful day filled with the grandeur of God's creation!