The Jeffers Inn
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... Good thing we're such a great team! We found a flight that left in an hour to go to Helena MT. Close enough! We made it to Helena and rented a car with free upgrade to a Nissan Ultima because it was the last car. Stopped at a quick pack to stock up on drinks and snacks, went to Smith's bar and bought 2 liters of vodka for $20 each to take to the hotel, and headed to Big Sky. 3 hours later, 3am, we arrived at The Huntley. ...
... and we headed off for Henry's Lake. For 20 miles our route led up and down across this huge tableland. The hills weren't too hard, which was good, because my legs were still tired from the climb yesterday afternoon. The downhills were lovely, except that at the bottom of each one was a picturesque river crossing where we wanted to stop to take pictures. And if you think about going downhill on a bike, you'll know that you want your ...
... hot tub and clean. They have a RV Park so we settled in for a few days. There are some things we want to do in the area. (fish the Madison River). A thunderstorm moved through and then cleared up. Cheryl and I went for a walk and had a run in with a SKUNK, we lost. Went back to the Palace and took showers. So much for that nice relaxing ...
... the anti-histamines and try not to scratch (or be too grumpy).
Up at 7am as J wanted to go for a run - I wasn't so keen, not having slept much, but was feeling guilty from too many doughnuts so I dragged myself from my bed and girded my loins. What a mad idea - it was freezing, we were over 2000 metres (so the air was thin) and I am just not built for running. J wasn't going to wait for me and off she went like a startled elk leaving me ...
... for the more stubborn characters. All whilst sliding around in the ever increasing carpet of cow pat and mud! All the time my newly acquired attitude of 'no fear' in the face of a charging cow was tested with only a few occasions of retreat (very quickly up a fence) on my part! The two highlights of my cow working days were spread, one at the start of my stay and the other at the end. The first was the ranching version of the yearly summer party or village ...