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Wednesday, September 14, 2011


We set up camp near this lake on the east side of Glacier National Park.

For 25 bucks the Little Chief could take you on a tour.

We wanted to cross the mountains but could not because of snow blocking the road.
Two days later (July 12) they finally had The Road to the Sun cleared. Slowly we passed what looked like giant piles of marshmallow.
We were happy to be seeing the few glaciers that remain in the park. A hundred years ago there were 135. Now there are just 30.

It is fitting that today is “24 Hours of Reality Day”.
It is meant to get us focused on the realities of global warming (

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