Arrowhead Condominiums at Big Sky Resort
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What makes an awesome trail run? This was the question I had been thinking about the last month. Unlike road or track events with well established time goals, objectively judging a mountain race performance is much harder. In the end I decided to use a combination of three factors; comparing my final time with last year, comparing my placing relative to the same competitors I faced last year, and finally a subjective evaluation of ...
... was again impressed by the stone work, slate flooring, huge wooden logs for beams, life size mountain goats on the walls and a couple of bears near the fire.
Sam noted the scaled model/3D map of the mountain and village showing the ski trails and also the major ski lifts to the top of the mountain.
I had a skiing lesson in the morning which was fantastic and remembered things from last time which was a relief as I had ...
My lodging last night was inexpensive and awesome (http://mobile.buckst4.com/rooms.php). It had one of those awesome beds with awesome linens.
I slept great! I was up at 6:30 and went to the breakfast and saw a really cool sunrise - see photos.
Breakfast was chef prepared and awesome. Real scrambled eggs, fantastic ham, blueberry muffins, fresh fruit, real ...
Today we met with a builder named todd who showed us his business. We visited a few home of his which were all very nice. My favorite one was a 13,500 square foot house in the yellowstone club. I especially liked how much metal was exposed in the house. After the meeting with the building cole and I played paintball while mom had a spa hot rocks massage. I shot cole many times in our game and he shot me back. After a long day we went back home and fell ...
... out long enough to roast some marshmallows. As it got darker, the wind died down and the mosquitoes came out enough to chase us indoors to get ready for bed.
The highlight of our day was our tour of Lewis and Clark Caverns. It was about a 3 mile drive up the mountain from campground. From the interpretive center where we bought our tour tickets, we walked ¾ mile up the mountain to the ...