It was a warm July evening in Montana’s Glacier National Park. After a six-hour hike along the Continental Divide, my fellow hikers and I had driven back down the parks Going-to-the-Sun Road and stopped in the village of Apgar, at the southernmost tip of Lake McDonald.
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