Mirror images are so beautiful here
Today was an extraordinary day. Awesome, I think is the best word to describe it. The sun was shining, the drive through the mountains was spectacular and the wildlife was abundant. We saw moose, caribou, sheep, bison and a black bear. We stopped at Muncho Lake and photographed the most spectacular mirror images that I have every seen. We had lunch in Toad Creek and spent more time on the side of the road in awe than we did driving.
We are meeting up with a lot of the same people doing the same thing that we are and staying in the same campgrounds. We met David and June from PA. We also met Pete and Carolyn from Dover, NH, who we were traveling behind most of the afternoon, and who‘s brake lights alerted us to many a wildlife encounter. Most towns are about 300 miles from each other and campgrounds with services are located within these towns. So with limited places to stay we keep seeing the same people every day.
Tonight we found a great campsite in Watson Lake at Campground Services. The sites are big and well spaced. The staff is friendly and accommodating and
Our first moose
there is free coffee and wi-fi. And of course the usual crowd was there. The Downtown RV Park looked like a drive-in movie theater with the campers about 2 feet apart all lined up in a row and it costs twice as much to stay there.
The sun was still up when we went to bed at 9:45 pm with our sleep masks on. The temperature today was in the high 60’s and tomorrow it is suppose to be sunny and in the 70’s. To get the weather up here, you need to get on the internet.
Because words are not sufficient to describe this gorgeous day, I am going to let the pictures do it.
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