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Travel Blogs from Ennis
Scenic byways and many miles. We made it from Sheridan Montana to Fairmont in British Columbia. Long driving day but gained two hours to spend somewhere else on the trip. A soak in the hot springs was a good end of the day. The Canadian border crossing was no big deal. We all made it through and Johann had no problems. We will see if it is the same when we try to come back in. We are unsure if they will want us all back ...
... skiing from 9 until 12 with a break in the middle to warm up and have a snack.
Today the kids brought money and chose their own lunch and whatever they'd been hankering after all week - Sam had a bacon burger and fries, Matt had a cheese burger and fries, Jo had a chicken fajita and a chocolate brownie. Then back to the slopes for the afternoon.
We spent 1-3pm on the southern slopes and then moved back to Moonlight Basin where we had to return ...
... for a photo opportunity at a hot spring - and it was hot, then off again. Then the topography (!) flattened somewhat and we were into the forests. The roads were empty so we were making good time as we crossed into Montana.
Montana, as we found out, is one of the least densely populated states - and it showed - only a very few ranches to be seen, otherwise empty. It is called the 'big sky' state, and we could see why as we came to vast ...
... were great fun. My introduction to the western saddle went much smoother than expected as these are rock hard, but surprisingly comfortable arm chairs on board the often rocking horses below! Proud of my straight zero on the seemingly famous scale of "getting bucked off", we were soon racing around pastures, down the highway, up the drive and up some very, very rocky cliff ridges, scree hills and deep gullies to herd the often stubborn cattle with whistles, ...
... bikes and went along the trail with a list of the predicted time of all the other geysers in the area. We were sooo lucky as we caught about 4 others going up! I think other people were looking at us enviously as we were on bikes and we could get around faster. We were there so long we got to see Old Faithful erupt 3 times!!!! We were exhausted after all the eruptions and it was about 4 pm so we decided to finish ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed