I'm busy working on projects, so I am sharing a few more of Bill's pictures from our recent trip.
Mt. Hood has snow all year long, so there are multiple skiing and snow boarding camps going on in the snowy areas you can see above.
We were on schedule to be back home a couple of days early and decided to take a detour to Glacier National Park to check out the wild flowers. The Going-to-The-Sun Highway is always spectacular and it did not disappoint. Above is the falls on Haystack Creek. The road goes through the middle of the picture.
Waterfall at the Weeping Wall turnout.
Wildflowers near Many Glacier.
Wildflowers with Lake Sherburne in the distance.
Glacier National Park is beautiful, but is sometimes dangerous. This a cinnamon black bear digging up grubs near Many Glacier. Glad we had a 400 mm lens to use.