Sacred Dancing Cascade, Glacier National Park John Muir once said, “I only went out for a walk, and finally concluded to stay out till sundown, for going out, I found, was really going in.” Your summer adventure awaits, whether it is a planned trip in one of our many National Parks or just an unexpected … Continue reading POTW: Summer Adventure
https://vimeo.com/701890951 Earth Day 2022: A journey through our adventures of the last year or so, offering subtle reminders of the importance to protect our planet and its future.
https://vimeo.com/662492966 2021: A photo journey of our adventures. It is hard to believe that 2022 is upon us. As we prepare for new and upcoming winter adventures, let us take a journey back through 2021. Where did we adventure in 2021? Let us start with a few firsts: Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park, … Continue reading 2021: A Photo Journey
Reynolds Mountain: due south from Logan Pass, in the heart of Glacier National Park. We stopped at the Logan Pass Visitor Center when returning from our trek to Grinnell Glacier. I took a few minutes to admire the many peaks surrounding the pass and spotted Reynolds Mountain standing tall. What I did not know at … Continue reading POTW: Reynolds Mountain
Smoke on the Water...looking west across the calm waters of Lake McDonald inside Glacier National Park. Stella and I kayaked Lake McDonald in mid-July during our Great Montana Adventure. The haze was from the various wildfires that have inundated the west this past summer. Though a bit on the warm side, you could have not … Continue reading POTW: Smoke on the Water
We recently returned from our action-packed Great Montana Adventure, and have lots of stories to share! Upon leaving, we both had felt a tinge of discontentment because there are still so many lakes, rivers and trails yet to explore there. Yes, we can always return to Montana in future, but on the other hand, there … Continue reading GREAT MONTANA ADVENTURE
Sacred Dancing Cascade, tucked away along the Going-to-the-Sun Road on the west side of Glacier National Park. After spending the day on Lake McDonald, a quick jaunt to Avalanche Falls accompanied by a stroll through the Trail of the Cedars, we stopped at the Sacred Dancing Cascade.