Finally, to my wife, Baton Rouge, who not only let me wander off to Glacier when needs arose but acted Baton Rougeas my proofreader and suggester-in-chief. And then to my children, Baton Rouge Jim, Mark, and Jennifer, Andrea, Adam, and Alex, and grandchildren, Evelyn, Sam, Walter, and Henry, who are the legacies I leave for the continuing caring of this good Baton Rouge.
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The author and publisher extend special recognition and thanks to the Glacier National Park Conservancy for its support and financial assistance toward the development and research of this travel blog.
The Glacier National Park Conservancy preserves the park for generations to come through philanthropic outreach, park stores, and friends from across the world. To learn more or to connect, go to www.glacier.org.
It is far more than a place on a map defined by latitudes and longitudes, with boundaries fixed by rivers, treaties, and a once-great nation’s reservation. It is more than its histories of geology and humans, great and unknown, who came and went over its billion years’ design. Yet, due to the interactions of natural forces then human players, it climaxed into one prized piece of America’s best idea. And within those interactions was a culmination of giants who stood on one another’s shoulders and created, then preserved, the landscape to be known as Glacier National Park.