In July 2014, Jeff and I took off for the northwest corner of Montana for our annual trek into the wilderness. The photos and stories of our 6-day hike are captured in these entries:
Part 1 | Bridges, bears, & backcountry
Part 2 | This Moose be the Place
Part 3 | Graupel in July & Going to the Sun
Keeping TIME at Red Gap Pass | www.tommartinfoundation.org
Group photo at Red Gap Pass
View of Elizabeth Lake from camp.
Getting ready to hit the trail.
Jeff, Sarah, Brad, Natalie – Bear Mountain Overlook
Jeff and Sarah on Bear Mountain Trail – halfway to Bear Mountain Overlook
Thousands of tired, nerve-shaken, over-civilized people are beginning to find out going to the mountains is going home; that wilderness is a necessity…
― John Muir