Disney friendly and telling stories

Three photos to sequeway from two days ago to yesterday…

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Just a moment in time from two days ago.

 

Best Disney Keynote Speakers
Salamander Glacier and two yutes.

 

Best Disney Keynote Speakers
Howard captured me in my element – being Disney friendly and animated, telling stories.

Now, back to yesterday…

Glacier National Park
From Rising Sun Motor Inn and Cabins, we each made three PB&J sandwiches. For lunch on Highline Trail, for dinner at Granite Park Chalet yesterday, and for breakfast this morning.

 

Glacier National Park
This is how our first two mornings looked for me. This was about two hours before we made sandwiches.

 

Glacier National Park
During breakfast at Two Dog Flats, i checked Logan Pass parking lot via webcam and grabbed this screen shot.

 

Glacier National Park
Arriving just before 8:00am, we secured front row parking for last night and today.

 

Glacier National Park
The plan was to be on the trail around 8:00am.

 

Glacier National Park
Obligatory photo yesterday morning.

 

Glacier National Park
A second obligatory photo across the road from the other sign.

 

Glacier National Park
We will spend tonight at Granite Park Chalet.

 

Highline Trail
Closeup of yesterday’s destination.

 

Highline Trail
Five minutes into yesterday’s hike; just below the trail.

 

Highline Trail
On the trail heading our way.

 

Highline Trail
Pausing.

 

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Still pausing. It went to the right, above the trail, allowing us to safely pass.

 

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Looking back 200 meters to the Mountain Goat encounter.

 

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Howard and i spoke with many hikers. These guys were from Philly.

 

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Heading West.

 

Highline Trail
Probably Grizzly.

 

Highline Trail
Grizzlies eat a ton of huckleberries.

 

Highline Trail
The drop-off at certain places is steeper than this.

 

Highline Trail
Another stunning morning.

 

Yesterday’s Highline Trail hike began as planned at 8:00am after a nice breakfast at Two Dog Flats and the 20-minute drive up to Logan Pass.

The 7.5 mile hike began at 6,640 ‘ above sea level and finished just 10’ higher at Granite Park Chalet.

There were (stunning) climbs and descents. Lots of stops for pictures and conversation, as well as lunch.

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