Tag: Glacier National Park
~ Solitude ~
I embrace solitude. I was not always this way. There was a time I hated to be alone and I would avoid it. Now I prefer it. Although I do not live alone, I get plenty of alone time. It is healthy and refreshing. The photo I chose for this week’s challenge is a perfect…
Weekly Photo Challenge – Pure
The beautiful & cold water of Iceberg Lake at Glacier National Park. Refreshingly pure!
Travel Thursday – Highland Trail at Glacier NP
The final part of my Glacier National Park series takes us on The Highland Trail, a beautiful hike along the continental divide. If you ever have the chance to hike this stunning trail, bring your camera and allow plenty of time because you a will want to stop every few minutes and snap away. …
Travel Thursday – Lake McDonald & Avalanche Lake at Glacier NP
Part III of the Glacier National Park series: If you missed the last Travel Thursday post, click here to read about our hike to Iceberg Lake. Our intention was to get to bed early in order to enjoy our last full day in the park. Fate had other plans. That evening as we were…
Travel Thursday – Iceberg Lake at Glacier National Park
As promised here is part 2 of Glacier National Park. This park is so expansive it deserves multiple posts. Today’s post features time spent on the east side of the park at Many Glacier. As I mentioned in the last post we were up early in order to score our campsite at Avalanche Creek. After…
Travel Thursday – Bowman Lake at Glacier National Park
Glacier National Park has always been on my list, among many others, of national parks I wanted to visit. This past summer, I finally had the opportunity to visit this stunning park. Friends will often ask us what our favorite place was that we visited while on our 6 week trek to the Western United…
Weekly Photo Challenge “Serenity”
An afternoon spent along the shores of Lake McDonald in Glacier National Park = Serenity. On this particular August afternoon we lounged in the water and took in all that surrounded us. All of our senses were activated that day. What a beautiful and serene place to be. We could have stayed forever!