Glacier National Park: The Sunny Days

We were able to enjoy some wonderful sunny weather for our last few days at the park. It was so nice!

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While I took a nap, Ba Ba stayed with me and the rest of the crew went down to explore Lake McDonald by our campground.

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After I woke up, we drove a few miles to Apgar Village, which is also on Lake McDonald.

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I spent time throwing rocks in the water and enjoying the beautiful scenery.

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It was a warm day and the water looked inviting, so we had to do some exploring.

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But then I decided that I had to thoroughly enjoy the water, so off went the clothes!

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The next day, Ba Ba, Na Na, and Uncle Jaron took a shuttle up to Logan Pass to see the view on a non-cloudy day. That trip was going to be a little too long for me, so Mommy, Daddy, and I went to Goat Lick Overlook.

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We were hoping to see some mountain goats licking the salty rocks, but there weren’t any out that day. We still had fun exploring the area.

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During our time hanging out around the campground, we went on many walks. Everyone else seemed to want to relax MUCH more than I did. Come on guys, let’s go exploring!

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The guys did our cooking and dishes during the trip! Here they are figuring out how to set up the camping BBQ that is a fairly new gift for Daddy and hadn’t been used until this trip.

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We ended the trip with Ba Ba and Daddy setting up a portable Ham Radio by hooking it up to the car battery. They talked to nine states, some as far as Mississippi and Arkansas.

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I helped a lot by twisting the knobs while they were trying to talk. I don’t know how they’ve previously done this without me.

Overall, we had a great trip! The rain slowed us a down a little in the beginning, but we still got out and enjoyed every day!

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