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Glacier's Apgar Village in Fall
Time stamp – in the car, pulling away from the Boat House.

 

Glacier's Apgar Village in Fall
Boathouse is at 305 Grist Rd.

 

 

Glacier's Apgar Village in Fall
Approaching McDonald Creek bridge.

 

Glacier's Apgar Village in Fall
Just to the left of the bridge, out the driver side window.

 

Glacier's Apgar Village in Fall
Apgar Village has only one shop open year round – Montana House.

 

Glacier's Apgar Village in Fall
Winterizing the marina.

 

Glacier's Apgar Village in Fall
Context…boat rental shack.

 

Glacier's Apgar Village in Fall
The “i was here” shot.

 

Glacier's Apgar Village in Fall
i was also over there shot. First time in 44 years of visits.

 

Glacier's Apgar Village in Fall
Private land owners.

 

Glacier's Apgar Village in Fall
It was deserted except for me.

 

Lake McDonald
A gift from a client.

 

Disney and Lake McDonald
My client and i love Disney’s business practices.

 

Disney Customer Service Speakers
These items travel well.

 

Apgar Village in Fall
Eddies is a nice restaurant.

 

Apgar Village in Fall
Village Inn has spectacular views in every room.

 

Going to the Sun Road closed
Going to the Sun Road closed.

 

Glacier National Park West entrance
Glacier National Park West entrance as i exit.

 

Glacier National Park West entrance
Welcome sign from the back. First time (yesterday) i’ve ever captured this angle.

 

Kalispell, Montana in the Fall
Farewell. C-ya real soon…

 

iPhone screen
Arrived home at 9:59pm…didn’t finish unwinding until 12:20am.

 

Apple Watch 3 package
Today’s agenda includes opening this box at Epcot.

 

Disney parks operating hours October 1, 2017
Green light to visit Epcot for free.

 

Is the Internet giving you oxygen or suffocating you?

So i ask myself (literally daily)…

If i were accused of being convinced about how i should live my life, would there be enough evidence to convict me?
 
i may be wrong, but i am convinced. You may be right but you are not convinced.

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West Glacier’s Belton Chalet

 

i hope to spend a night or two before i die.

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A lovely last evening at the Lake McDonald Boat House

Glacier National Park in September
Had to. One last set of Disney Character photos before leaving tomorrow.

 

Glacier National Park in September
Farewell, from all of us.

 

Glacier National Park in September
C-ya real soon…if the Universe is aligned.

 

Glacier National Park in September
Goodbye my friends.

 

Glacier National Park in September
Walked up the shore for the first time.

 

Glacier National Park in September
Beautiful home on an exquisite location. View unblocked (and unmatched).

 

Glacier National Park in September
Closer inspection reveals the truth. A sad state of disrepair – rotting wood.

 

Glacier National Park in September
While i spent a great deal of time looking up, there were also moments looking down at the rocky shore. Hundreds of thousands of stones and i spot this one.

 

Glacier National Park in September
Final picture yesterday.

 

Made tough decisions as i returned to the cable-less wall for the last time (ever?).

Sure, another Hidden Lake Trail hike would have been amazing.

It would have provided more time to ponder life and how to continue putting a dent in our Universe.

However.

A second Hidden Lake Trail hike would have been a greedy exercise.

Time.

Time at the Boat House.

The Lake McDonald shore.

The view.

The unhurried time to think.

Ok, deep breath…go straight to the rental car, stow backpack in trunk, snap a few parting photos, and then haul it (drive) back to Apgar.

At 2:33pm, the goal was to be “home” at 5pm.

Made it with minutes to spare.

What a lovely last evening at the Boat House.

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The daily commute only took 2.5 hours

Disney Business writer
Writing blogs on an iPhone, on Highline Trail.

 

apple watch at Glacier National Park
Time in upper-right on watch. Five great hours at Logan Pass yesterday.

 

Logan Pass looking East
This Eastern view never gets old.

 

Lake McDonald Boat House in September
Got back to the Boat House just after 7pm.

 

Lake McDonald Boat House dock
Taking the last few minutes of dock time before making dinner.

 

The drive home only took 2.25 hours.

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Stuff happens, even when you’re organized

Lake McDonald Boat House
Home Sweet Home for three nights.

 

Lake McDonald Boat House
Cozy.

 

Lake McDonald Boat House
Big house for only one person.

 

Sprauge fire in late September 2017
Smoldering still seen from Sprauge fire.

 

Sprauge fire in late September 2017
Sprauge fire not far from Lake McDonald Lodge (middle left).

 

Lake McDonald Boat House sunset
Time to head back inside for the night.

 

As organized as i am and as early as i woke up, it remains a mystery why it has taken me 13 hours to write today’s posts.

Adding photos to these posts will take at least an hour, maybe more.

So many amazing pictures last night.

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