“The mountains are calling, and I must go,” opined John Muir, the 19th century Scottish-American naturalist, author, and glaciologist, known as the “Father of the National Parks.”
Since our honeymoon, 51+ years ago in the Smoky Mountains, Norma Jean and I have always enjoyed visiting the mountains. From the White Mountains in New Hampshire to the Rocky Mountains in the West, to Alaska’s Denali, we’ve been blessed to enjoy the beauty, serenity and majesty of these Divine wonders.
Currently, we’re in the Whitefish Mountain Range in Montana, just west of Glacier National Park. We’re at 4600′ elevation. But this range peaks at almost 8800′. And the highest peak in Glacier is 10,466′. Continue reading