You never know what you may find in Glacier National Park until you hit the Going to the Sun Road. When you leave the hotel and head onto this winding 50-mile road that traverses the Rocky Mountains and crosses the Continental Divide, you have no idea what the weather will be. That's because the mountains make their own weather-- you can be clear and then turn a corner and the fog has set in. On this morning, we encountered some of that and, as we turned a corner, we saw this scene where the fog was lifting. The early morning light added to the mood.