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EPIC Glacier mrazblu photos
Lake McDonald, Glacier National Park. photo ©mrarizonablue.

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Lake McDonald. photo ©BlueJessamine.

EPIC Glacier Meet Up Day 2 June 27, 2013
Flathead River, Montana.  ©BlueJessamine

EPIC Glacier Meet Up Day 2
Joshblu at Flathead River, Glacier National Park.  ©Bluejessamine

Coming to you live, (queue'd as some of us are sleeping in while others are kayaking) Glacier National Park in Montana.

Peeps are arriving  daily and returning home. NormAl and Winifred left taking the train back to Chicago. As they were traveling back, figgy was and still is on the train traveling to the EPIC Meet Up.

Glacier Bigfoot
Bigfoot asking "Where's Figgy?"

NormAl called from his train to lets us know that figgy's train was running late and how to look up the train schedule. Thank you norm.

After jakedog looked up her train schedule, she called to say that the train was running about three hours late!

EPIC Glacier mrazblu photos
mrarizonablue and Truman looking for figgy at Lake McDonald.

Glacier Bigfoot

Bigfoot and Joshblu waiting for figgy.

Everyone is very excited that DIVA Figgy is on her way.

Join me over the squiggle for some photos:

EPIC Glacier Meet Up Day 2

EPIC Glacier Meet Up Day 2
On a hike!

EPIC Glacier Meet Up Day 2

EPIC Glacier Meet Up Day 2
WallyDog posing with us!

EPIC Glacier Meet Up Day 2

EPIC Glacier Meet Up Day 2
Horses inside Glacier National Park.

EPIC Glacier Meet Up Day 2

Bonus photos from Day 1:

EPIC Glacier Meet Up Day 2 June 27, 2013
Can you say "MOFO!"

EPIC Glacier Meet Up Day 2 June 27, 2013
Camel Kisses: You are doing it wrong!

All photos  ©BlueJessamine and azblue. Thank you.

Stay tuned. More adventures and EPIC photos coming up. Ojibwa has offered to take us on a great hike for a chance to photograph some of the most beautiful places here.

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