Wild West Day 7

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July 13th 2018
Published: July 14th 2018
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Glacier-drove to Siyah Falls then took shuttle to Logan Pass (on the Continental Divide). Rick, Chrissy and Maggie hIked part of Hidden Lake Trail and touched snow! Then we drove to Waterton Lakes National Park in Canada. In our campground at WLNP there were lots of ground squirrels. Rick and Maggie went for a hike. We rented a surrey (pedal cart) and biked though the townsite. The townsite is a town with private businesses and residences inside the park. When I asked the townsite it I was told this was common in Canadian Parks.

The day was very windy and luckily the campground had cooking shelters (as did other Canadian campgrounds last year). In the evening we went to a fire program led by a Warden (Canadian name for a Ranger), which was fascinating. There was a huge fire here in 2017, the Kenow Fire, and a lot of the park was affected.

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You can see they cut down trees to mark the border.

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