While the kids were busy at Camp Reed for a week, Tim and I hit the road once more and began the long journey back to Maine. But first, we were fortunate enough to stop for a couple of nights in the Glacier/Waterton region. Logan Pass on the Going to the Sun Highway in Glacier had recently been cleared of snow (at least for cars), and Waterton was as stunning as ever, even with its many marks of the 2017 Kenow Wildfire. Wildflowers, ranging from bear grass to Alberta’s signature wild rose, were out in full force.
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