This was my second trip to Glacier, but the first time I saw it. I'll explain... Almost 30 years ago, Fred and I did a 3 week camping trip across Canada from the east to the west. We came back into the states at Waterton/Glacier National Park. It was so foggy that it was difficult to see anything at all, at times the end of the car hood was hard to see. Fast forward to 4th of July, 2018 and the sun is shining and the grizzlies are grazing; much better.
On our way into the park we encountered cows free ranging, of course on blind curves.
"Park pass please!"
The scenery starts off with a bang! St. Mary Lake.
So gorgeous and it just keeps getting better!
Our first grizzly sighting was at the west end of St. Mary Lake.
Magnificent animals! Speaking of animals, on our way to Logan Pass I spotted some Rocky Mt. Bighorn Sheep.