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... Artists point we decided it was time to once again pull on the old hiking shoes and take on the challenge of "Uncle Toms" trail which is a 300+ step 500 foot descent into the canyon. This is not for the faint of heart as although 500 feet and 300 steps does not sound like much to the untrained eye, and is indeed child's play compared to some of our earlier hikes, the 8000 ft altitude really does add some spice to this little trek. I was struggling big style on ...
... in record time- slide in, jacks up, doors closed and then slid into the driver’s seat. He had never driven a car before, let alone a diesel dually with two tons of camper on the back, but he had watched others for years. To further complicate things, the road in addition to being in very poor shape was now extremely slippery… and the rain had not let up.
“Oh, God,” he prayed. “I need help. Please don’t ...
... might call standard cookout fare in the normal world: burgers, chips and cookies, but up here above 8,000’ it took on a flavor all its own. We ate and talked and looked across the mountaintops enjoying the majesty of God’s creation.
All too soon we put out the fire, gathered up what we had brought and got back in the saddle. The trip down was more difficult than the trip up and whatever muscles didn’t get exercised on the way up, ...
... 8221; I said. “My guess is we’ll see a lot of them, and maybe even a rodeo or two.”
“Really? Oh, man!” I had only succeeded in getting him more fired up. He bounced around the camper putting the DVD away, getting his bed ready, jumping in and out of the bathroom. Finally I had to call it quits and hit the rack.
“See you in the morning, Cody,” I said as I climbed up into my bunk.
... heat and sulphuric air around some of them. Andrew took a number of photos, I think the camera has had a good workout today and will need a charge tonight. West Yellowstone is where we lay our weary heads tonight. We have two nights here. We arrived at 6.30 pm. We had dinner across the road at the The Slippery Otter, we had a pizza which was not oily and some Czech Mate pilsner which were very nice. It's going to be an early night, in readiness for tomorrow. What a ...
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