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It All Makes Sense From Up Here

  Mount Haig, B.C.  July 1, 2013.  I’m sitting atop Mount Haig in the Canadian Rockies, just 30 miles (48km) from the Montana border and Glacier National Park.  In front of me, the broken limestone and shale shards descend in sweeping arcs until they merge with ridge lines that go on forever.  Behind me, very close behind me, my seat drops away vertically 2,000 feet to a jewel-like turquoise lake.  I could be on top of Siyeh Peak in Glacier, but I’m not.  I’m sitting on the highest

Do You Hear Logan Pass Calling You?

  LET'S COMPLETE THE PEACE PARKDo you have a day you can give to History?  Summer 2012 is sizing up to be the summer that tips the balance in favor of "Completing Waterton-Glacier Peace Park" by doubling the size of Waterton Lakes National Park into the British Columbia Flathead River Valley. The BC government could move to approve the expansion in early 2013.

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