That girl and I are presently staying in small cabin at Lake Five Resort. The resort is just outside the West Glacier entrance to Glacier National Park. The resort is located in a forest of tall tamarack and pine near the waters of a clear lake. Bear grass is in full bloom in the understory all around us. Some of the white plumes reach as high as my chest.
Our cabin does not have a bathroom. To use the restroom or take a shower you must go on something of an adventure. You must wander outside, navigating either a long boardwalk or a gravel pathway to reach the common bathroom. Last night, in total forest darkness, I crashed into a wrought iron bench on the boardwalk while trying to reach the facilities. This morning it is raining hard enough that I am considering wetting the bed to avoid the adventure.