Even getting there is pretty.
|Root system of a tree that had fallen over|
|That's a 470 foot waterfall|
|Looking up at the pass|
|The Garden Wall|
In 1850, there were 150 glaciers in Glacier National Park. Now there are 25. Estimates are that no glaciers will remain by 2030.
And the crown jewel of the park: Wild Goose Island
A couple sat on the rocks at Wild Goose Island. The husband read a book while the wife watercolor painted the scene at a staggering speed and quality. It reminded me of Bob Ross. The couple has a deal: he gets to mountain bike and she gets to watercolor the overlooks.
You know what I think of when I look at this scenery, especially the glaciers? If these are some of the biggest glaciers in North America now, imagine the size of the previous glaciers that it took to create these valleys :0