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... Winter Olympics.
When it was our time, we took the tour. This Olympic Park hosted Nordic ski jumping, bobsled, skeleton, and luge events. We learned a lot about these sports. I have a great appreciation for what these athletes do. I learned about their training, even during the summer months. On the ...
... because it kept walking in front of us very close. That night we met up with Chris and Ben back at our campsite. Meeting Ben for the first time was great; the two of them had brought great food, including antelope that they had hunted and marinated for kabobs, along with gin and tonics using a local gin made in Missoula called Whyte Ladie. We all spent the night chatting, playing cards, and Ben should the boys a card trick they both enjoyed. The next day we all ...
... Wright’s house pretty easily. They live in a lovely neighborhood surrounded by a golf course on both sides. Travis mentioned that the frequently have elk and moose in their yard. Their home is beautiful and huge – in a nice lodge style. They have put a lot of work into the interior – adding stone to the fireplaces, taking down some walls to make it feel more open. It was really nice to see Travis and Nickie and meet ...
... visited two outdoor markets - once being the Park Silly Market - lots of vendors and some very yummy food. Roxie had a good day with lots of doggy water bowls provided by shop owners, vendors offering treats galore at the markets and many people stopping to give her some lovin'.
Came back for a dip in the pool, some down time reading, then fixed a nice ...
We left Sundance and headed across the Thunder Basin Grasslands to Caspar. The views were fantastic, great open plains and gentle rolling hills. Although it looks flat from a distance the area is full of small gorges, gulleys, and creeks, and deer of course (safely behind fences).
At the town of Wright is the Thunder Basin Mine. They have three rail lines running into the mine, BNSF, ...