Thursday, June 26, 2014

How to get to St. Mary's Glacier near a town called Alice

I am always reminded of this old joke when someone asks for directions. 

Tourist in NYC asks a New Yorker how to get to Carnegie Hall. The New Yorker, without missing a beat says, "Practice, practice, paractice."

I suppose the same can be said for how we obtain success and happiness, only change the answer to "Persevere".

The old man is back from vacation in Colorado. This pic was taken on the way up to St. Mary's Glacier near  town called Alice. I wonder what stories this old tree might tell - of those who have passed by, where they have gone, and where they are now.

St. Mary's Glacier
The view from the top is peaceful and beautiful, but you have to persevere to get there. Even in summer the mountain is covered in snow (after all, they call it St. Mary's Glacier) and the climb is slippery and steady to the top.

How to get there.

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