Thank you Bill for the picture
The sun is already pretty strong this time of the year and there were three wolves taking a nap in the sun way out on Bowman Lake, I mean way, way out there! Unfortunately you can’t make them out in the photos, even with binoculars they were barely recognizable for what they are. We also saw a raven feeding on what looked like a kill on the north shore of the lake.
Clouds can be quite dramatic on Bowman Lake.
Snow has been crusty on top most of this month but there has been plenty enough to ski over most downfall and brush.
Not a lot of fresh tracks on my skies this year so far but for the usual suspects: deer and elk.
Out and over the bridge to Big Prairie, at least headed that direction, on a cold and sunny morning in the North Fork:
All the North Fork Park Roads are bike ridable, little patches of snow but they are probably gone by today!
The Ktunaxa name for glacier lily is maxa. Continue reading “Bike Rides to Bowman, Kintla and Logging”
Easter Sunday has been the best day so far this spring! Camas Road is still closed for cars and GTTSR at Lake McDougall Lodge. The bike ride turned out to be 70 miles (112km) to the end of the road and back- made for a happy day! The river is running beautifully. I think I might be done skiing!
It never gets old to go out on cross country skis and explore some of my back yard, especially in a winter that you can call just that!