We took an off-trail adventure to Snow Moon and Falling Leaf Lakes in the Many Glacier Valley. They're pretty nice lakes accessible after a bushwhack through the woods and a climb up a steep scree field and then a traverse around to the backside of the mountain. They're small lakes like many others in the park and are only special because no one really goes there. Some dippers and goldeneyes lived there on the lakes and we met a group of bighorn sheep with two lambs on the way back down. There is one spot on the corner of the mountain that is a very nice view of Sherburne Lake, Duck Lake, and the forest below. You can even see where part of the forest burned at some point; it's all green as opposed to a mix of dead wood in the neighboring forests.
Also went on a trip to Cardston, where we discovered the barber shop's weird day of the week other than Sunday to be closed was naturally the day we were there. It took a while to find a place that would take us and then they charged us less than they should have. Dairy Queen was a mandatory stop. The Remington Carriage Museum gift shop was not very interesting, and I still have yet to develop any interest whatsoever in North America's largest collection of horse-drawn carriages. I was hoping for a t-shirt like the ones at Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump.