Rain barreled through West Glacier all day, forcing us to spend the majority of the day inside. This allowed Austin and I do do some much-needed laundry and gave us all the chance to shop for the next week that we’d be camping together.
All of the above went smoothly and then we hung out in the campground’s lounge area (masks on!) and edited photos and did other to-dos. That evening, the rain finally broke and we headed out to Lake McDonald for sunset and a dinner on the shore. (When I say dinner, we heated up canned soup. If you think we’re doing some extravagant road trip, you’re sorely mistaken. Though, to be fair, we have been eating some really tasty meals pasta meals, haha)
Leading up to sunset, we all took turns “showing off” our rock skipping skills that could definitely need some more help.
One of the goals of the trip was nailing the above rock photo. I think I did a pretty good job with the execution and the stacking to make the entire photo be in focus.
We headed back to the campsite before total darkness and then promptly got rained on again as we slept – but thankfully that was the final day of rain and more promising weather was on its way!
The four of us were very, very ready to start doing some hikes and getting away from the throngs of visitors flocking to the half-open park.
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