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From Waterton and Glacier by Scott Anderson & Rachael Anderson

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Scott Anderson replied to a comment by Patrick O'Hara on a photo in Saint Mary to Eureka

I don’t know about that, but I was surprised to reread this and see that we completed this fifty mile ride by nine AM. Most days we aren’t even on the road until we’ll past that now.

7 months ago
Patrick O'Hara commented on a photo in Saint Mary to Eureka

You were fantastic then, and you are fantastic now!

7 months ago
Scott Anderson replied to a comment by Ron Suchanek on Saint Mary to Eureka

No, I’m sure I haven’t heard that story. I’ll put it on the return task list to remind you in December. Be safe on that expedition, easy rider!

7 months ago
Scott Anderson replied to a comment by Ron Suchanek on a photo in Saint Mary to Eureka

Ooh! Mean thought!! We’d never do that, even if we weren’t still stuffed with fry bread and cobbler.

7 months ago
Ron Suchanek commented on Saint Mary to Eureka

This was a great journal to run across. I haven't crossed Going to the Sun on a bicycle yet, but will be doing it on a moto in July.
Next time I see you remind me to tell you about the time my buddies and I closed Glacier Park for the season. If I've already told you, no problem. It gets better every time.

7 months ago
Ron Suchanek commented on a photo in Saint Mary to Eureka

Tasty! I hope you had a gun!

7 months ago
Ron Suchanek commented on a photo in Many Glacier to Saint Mary

Spectacular. I think the park has changed a lot since 1990.

7 months ago
Scott Anderson commented on a photo in Waterton to Many Glacier

Oh, for goodness sakes. I didn’t think anyone read these old journals. Thanks!

3 years ago
Marvin Paxman commented on a photo in Waterton to Many Glacier

Old Chief or as we usually call it, Chief Mountain. From the Alberta prairie towns just to the northeast, this mountain appears to be the face and head dress of an old chief lying in state. https://www.flickr.com/photos/12113110@N05/5903097987

3 years ago