Looks like a good start. Very informative opening. I will check back later to see the finished results.
Thanks for the vote. When you check back let me know what you think.
Good Start. I am sure it will be excellent. Always great to see another Glacier NP peak.
Great page, very nice photos too; I especially enjoy your descriptions.
Thanks for the vote, and the observation on the photos!
Thanks for the vote and comment!
A cool mountain with good pix. Your signature view of it looks a bit like the Camels Hump in Vermont
Camels Hump This is more evident if one flips one of the pictures.
Thanks for the vote. Interesting comparative observation--you'd normally think of Vermont and GNP as being practically different worlds. Not always so!
Great job, Vernon.
Have a wonderful week in Glacier!
Nice page...22 miles roundtrip eh? Did you do that all in one day? Thats impressive!
Thanks, Sean! Yes--done in one day. Total time was eleven hours, but I took (literally) over a hundred photos, and stopped to heat a dinner (maybe 40 minutes), so I figure actual moving time at around 9 hours. I'm in good--definitely not great--shape; it helps a lot having a good trail!
good shape? um no, it sounds like you are in great shape to me.
We have a Grizzly Peak in Kananaskis Provincial Park as well Saint. They actually are not that far apart. You will have to add it to you "to do" list. Cheers!
Excellent page! Beatiful mountain!
Thanks, Britt--I appreciate it!
Thanks for taking the time to look--thanks for the vote!
A well written and informative page. Nice work.