Honeydew went out earlier this week with his best friend to survey the back 40, as we sometimes refer to the stunning St. Mary valley and eastern edge of Glacier National Park.  Obviously, it’s not actually our back 40 – as public land, it’s your back 40, too! – but sometimes I can get a little possessive.

The snow drifts are still … massive, really.  Here’s a few shots to show you the difference between February and April.

Hwy 89, just north of Divide, on February 25:

Hwy 89, just north of Divide, April 3:

Hwy 89 traffic signs, February 25:

Hwy 89 traffic signs, April 3:

Chief Mountain Highway, entrance to Glacier National Park, February 23:

Chief Mountain Highway, entrance to Glacier National Park, April 3:

Hmmmm.  Is there a difference?

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