Wednesday, July 15, 2009

Saturday, 27 June 2009

We again slept in and didn’t start our hike until 8:30am. We decided on the Grinnell Glacier Trail. There was lots of wildflowers in addition to the nice scenery. We hiked almost to the end of the open section of trail, but it was getting late and we decided that there was a ranger lead walk we wanted to go on, so we turned back. We did see lots of bear scat, most fairly old, but a couple within a day on the trail.

The ranger led walk was nice and we learned that moose was in the area, which I had not realized. We decided after getting cleaned up we would go to Fishercap lake and sit and watch for moose. After two hours we were rewarded with a cow and two twins. By this time, I became fairly cold and the light on the lake was reduced.

Unfortunately, one of the camera bodies acquired the Err 99 code, so it has reduced its effectiveness for us.

I hope to see you under the Western Skies.

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