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Travel Blogs from Big Sky
... with an amazing waterfall at the climactic point of the hike. The hike was not especially challenging, but we all felt the elevation (especially Maeve who did not seem especially excited to be hiking) by the end of the 3 mile hike.
Next we drove up the mountain to explore the Big Sky Resort. It was very nice (especially the "Summit" lodge). We had some especially tasty barbecue and then headed up in a super long chair ...
... got a good idea of how the whole 5,750 acres of Big Sky is laid out. With an impressive 250+ named ski runs we’re not likely to run out of options.
Hot tub – following the Roman tradition of hot/cold baths, Mason instructed Matt on the benefits of warming up in the hot tub and then faceplanting in the snow. If Mase had heart problems then they should have shown up then! The kids then took great pleasure in jumping in and out of the tub ...
... great coffee . . . A far cry from the normal fare . . . A real meal!
Weather was dicey in the Idaho panhandle into Seattle and Northern Oregon which was where I planned to go. I made a decision to wait it out a day and rest up. What better place than this gem? I finished breakfast . . . Went back to the room and decided to be decadent and slipped back to ...
... the ATV's. It was such a nice weekend, and we really enjoyed all their company.
On Monday we returned to Bozeman for a few more days & stayed with Mark, Teri & Briana, once again lots of laughs & some good games of cards. While the air-conditioning in the car was being repaired, we went with them & 4 little day care children to the caverns. We had to crouch in some sections, (well all the others did), slide down a part, walk ...
... made it turn green it was also so clear it looked like the rocks had just changed color. Many parts of the cavern had different names like The Cathedral. At the very end of the tour there was a part of the cavern that was pretty big and had tons of Collums that looked really cool. The exit was a 528 foot tunnel it was pretty amazing how the tunnel had been created just by explosions from dynamite. After the tour Logan and I both had pretzels before we headed to ...
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