|Morning sun and fall leaves.|
They require us to dump all wash/rinse water in the flush sink up at the bathrooms after straining out all food matter. Makes me appreciate having a garbage disposal sink at home. They do have modern bathrooms, trash and recycling services, and water pumps (tastes very strongly of chlorine). The campground closes next week so we got here just in time! We decided to stay here another night. It’ll be the first time we’ve camped in the same spot 2 nights in a row!
|Jeremiah honked at the trolls.|
The rest of Going-to-the-Sun Road is closed after Logan Pass. We stopped about halfway up to take some pictures. We talked to Jeff who was bicycling up to the top. He recommended some good hiking trails and some good places to paddle. He gave us his number and told us to call him if we wanted a guide and he had some extra boats.
We continued up to the Visitor’s Center (which was closed) and parked. We wanted to go off a little ways and eat lunch, but the problem was dogs weren’t allowed anywhere off the pavement. :-\ Then we had the bright idea … hey, it says “no vehicles beyond this point” where Going-to-the-Sun Road is closed … and the road is pavement! So we prepared to walk down the closed road and find a spot for lunch. Just then a ranger drove by …. she looked at us and stopped to chat. “Getting ready for a hike, are ya?” “Yep, sure are!” “Uh, you know the dogs have to stay, right?” “They’re allowed out here on the pavement right?” “Well, yeah, of course.” “Ok, thanks!” :)
|And then my camera battery died.|