An adventure of my life time!

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Glacier National Park is my last stop in the US before going up to Canada. I’ve been to this park many years ago. Obviously I loved enough to revisit it again. In three days, I have hiked more than 35 miles, yet I’ve only seen a tiny part of the park. In fact, the most famous road in the park, Going-to-the-Sun, is only opened the first 16 miles.

It is still very early in the season. The park is so quiet, especially early in the morning. All I saw was pure nature—lush green trees, snow-covered mountain peaks, pristine lakes, and countless waterfalls. All I heard was bird chipping and water rushing down the hillside. The only imperfect part was the weather—it was mostly cloudy with brief breaks of sun.

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Comments on: "310. Glacier National Park (1): West Glacier" (6)

  1. Bertie Boston said:

    Love your updates Ching! My new email address is: bertiebos46@gmail.com

    I sold my house and bought one in Hillsborough!

    • You sold your house and moved to Hillsborough? Oh no! That means when I go back to Chapel Hill, you will be too far away from us to hike regularly. 😦 But I hope the new house is even lovelier than the old one. 🙂

      • Bertie Boston said:

        I will only be about 30 minutes away! I will come there or we can meet in the middle! Miss you!

    • Sound good. I will be back one day. Wait for me. 🙂

  2. Xiaoying Yin said:

    did not see glacier

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