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Cold As [insert body part here]!

We have been in Glacier National Park the last couple of days. Fortunately, it is still as spectacular as I remember it. Unfortunately, it is still "winter" in northern Montana. In MAY. The month where it often hits 100 degrees in Phoenix. But I guess since there is still snow on the ground and it has been 36 degrees inside our van at night, they might be right to call it "winter".

Given those conditions, check out the brave soul we were entertained by while having lunch yesterday:


Video here

Kids these days!

After lunch and a "movie", we went on a hike to Avalanche Lake. Part of the hike bordered a beautiful creek...


...and we had a surprise waiting for us at the lake in the form of a new friend.


Yep, it's still "winter" here.

Today we will head to Canada once again to visit Banff and then stay with a Couchsurfing friend in Calgary. We are practicing our border crossing story already and will report back!

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