We were lying in bed the other morning, reluctant to start the work day, when we got to reminiscing about Glacier National Park.
Yes, we’re worried about the glaciers, which may well be gone by 2030. Yes, we fell hard for the wooly white mountain goats that flit lightly across the snow. But here in northwestern Montana, in the verdant forest valley of Trout Lake and Camas Creek, it’s the glassy teal water, cool mountain air, and absolute quiet that we miss the most. [Read more...]