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Meet at the Church?

texting
Meet at Church?

 

This morning.

Meeting at the Church.

Nature will be our Church this Saturday morning.

An hour walk.

With one of September’s travel companions.

PS. Update since writing this two hours ago – we both biked to the Church and then i biked a couple miles back to his house (to keep the conversation going) after our walk.

 

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i climb this mountain…

Disney Keynote Speakers
Six months ago.

 

Why do you like Glacier National Park so much?

The initial reaction is, “i don’t know, i just do.”

Deeper dive, not relenting on the root reason.

“Glacier does something to me when i visit, and when i think about the memories and the future trips.”

What then?

Nature.

Nature imitates life.

Glacier has become like a familiar friend – someone i trust.

i climb this mountain…

To look through God’s window.

 

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Here’s where it stands as of New Years Eve 2017

Lake McDonald Boathouse
Lake McDonald Boathouse, view from private dock, September 27, 2017.

 

Lake McDonald Boathouse
Lake McDonald Boathouse, view from private dock, September 27, 2017.

 

Here’s where it stands as of New Years Eve 2017:

  1. May 30 – June 3: Apgar Village Inn
  2. June 3 – 10: Lake McDonald Lodge
  3. July 9 -13: West Glacier Motel
  4. July 28 – August 4: Rising Sun
  5. August 25 – September 3: Apgar Village Cabins
  6. September 22 – 29: Apgar Village Inn

Still looking at VRBO houses on Lake McDonald (there are 3 options, including this one and this one).

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Literally guaranteed, you worry about what others think

Lake McDonald Boat House
Lake McDonald Boat House from neighbor’s back deck.

 

Lake McDonald Boat House
Last look.

 

Lake McDonald Boat House
View as you approach the Boat House…last look before leaving.

 

Lake McDonald Boat House
The Dowaliby Family are the Land owners. pronounced Do-wall-a-bee.

 

Live like you mean it.

Battle cry?

Inspiring slogan that is designed for the lucky few, and certainly not you?

The fear conjured up from worrying about what others think of you can destroy your spirit.

This irrational fear can also keep you from feeling joyful, generous, free, and convinced.

i’m living my life as if June 8, 2019 is my last day.

Why then?

It’s my 60th birthday.

No male on my Dad’s side has lived past 60.

PS. Yes, my Dad physically lived past 60, but by the time he was 60, early onset, rapid progression Alzheimers robbed him of knowing who we were.

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Pack light so you can carry everything

Highline Trail in September
Heaven’s Peak from lunch location.

 

Highline Trail in September
Looking to the left towards Logan Pass.

 

Highline Trail in September
Panorama.

 

Highline Trail in September
Zooming out for context with Heaven’s Peak.

 

Highline Trail in September
Short lunch because i have to follow the schedule of the other two hikers i need to follow back to Logan Pass. They were quick eaters.

 

Highline Trail in September
Here we go.

 

Highline Trail in September
There they go.

 

Highline Trail in September
Had to.

 

Highline Trail in September
Had to do this one too.

 

Highline Trail in September
Hikers are so small. Lower center, two small specs.

 

Highline Trail in September
Love the red.

 

Highline Trail in September
Mickey. Also the red.

 

Highline Trail in September
Selfie. Lunch was on the ridge above my head.

 

Highline Trail in September
Mashup of colors.

 

Highline Trail in September
Colors without blooming wildflowers.

 

Highline Trail in September
Didn’t see a single flower in bloom.

 

Highline Trail in September
Hikers rounding a corner.

 

Highline Trail in September
Going to the Sun Road and just above it is the Highline Trail.

 

Highline Trail in September
Sprague Fire smoke has been a lot worse. Starting to creep to the Pass in this photo.

 

Highline Trail in September
Zooming out.

 

Highline Trail in September
Grizzly Bear was here.

 

Highline Trail in September
Almost back to the Sun Road.

 

Highline Trail in September
No rope to hold.

 

Highline Trail in September
i’ve come a long way being able to walk this without a rope.

 

Highline Trail in September
Ropes removed and placed on a Goat trail.

 

Highline Trail in September
Employees heading West.

 

Pack light so you can carry everything.

Bead jar, Jack (Bear), bag full of Disney characters, name tags, and extra-Inch pin.

Pray for a generous group of people to hike along with.

And enjoy the cooler temps.

And God’s divine providence.

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