Winter and spring continue to battle it out in the heart of Many Glacier, but as I walked to Red Rock Falls yesterday with my husband, my three year old, my baby, my mom, my brother, and my dear friend, the brave Glacier lillies were thrusting their heads above the icy mud, always the first to add color to a still snow strewn landscape. We also saw several munching moose – no big surprise in the Swiftcurrent Valley, but always a fun one, from a good distance.
The falls themselves were thundering, and sobering in their icy power:
And of course we enjoyed gazing at the incomparable mountains of Many Glacier, where we posed for a few family shots. It’s never too early to think about the Christmas card, right?
And how I love hiking with this bunch.
What a difference a year makes – three miles was about a mile and a half too far for Maggie last summer, but it was just right this year, and she had a blast, as did we all.
Howard was an excellent rider, too. No hair pulling and screaming —- yet.
He even napped:
This Memorial Day weekend, we reveled, as always, in our freedom to start our businesses, make our own rules, and live our lives on an international border in peace.
Thanks are certainly not enough to offer to the families of our veterans who’ve made the ultimate sacrifice for our many freedoms, but we’ll say them, always, and remember.
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