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Travel Blogs from Big Sky
... and I noticed a sign that said "Flintstones Theme Park". I thought to myself "OMG it is a Flintstones Theme Park and I just have to check this out". So I yelled "Daddy you need to park this RV RIGHT NOW".
Dad and I rode the train together (Ava was hanging back with Mom still in denial that we actually were going in). After the train ride we hooked up with Ava and Mom and then we walked to the town of Bedrock where we toured all kinds ...
... 8216;stranded in the freezing cold’ and ‘I’m lost’ etc were almost overwhelming but somehow I managed to work out (after many minutes standing there) which way to go and as I got around the corner there was Mase and the kids – relief and all sorts of other feelings swept over me. Having rejoined the family, we pressed on with a few more challenging slopes to round the bend to our ‘street’. It was a relief to walk in the ...
... against a steam heat radiator and getting a scar on my leg that was pretty visible well into my 30s.
Due to traffic I got out of the park much later than expected and I was racing sunlight and being vigilant looking out for critters . . . Buffalo and elk make hitting a deer seem like a picnic! I ended up finding the nicest place I have stayed at and it was one of the least expensive . . . Good thing because I would have paid a lot ...
Today was the day we were going to fly to Big Sky. First we had to wake up at 6:00 AM and drive from Zion to Salt Lake. When we got to Salt Lake we had to drop off the RV then we took a shuttle to the airport. When we got to security Logan forgot to take his shoes off when he went thruoght he medal detector then when his bag ...
... and maybe only 1 or 2 were wearing helmets. We had obviously moved into a non-compulsory helmet State. The ride from Butte to Bozeman was the shortest ride of the day, thank goodness. The road was good and traffic was very manageable. We rocked into Bozeman around 6:30pm and found our motel easily. We took a bit of relaxation time then walked to pizza/pasta place that I'd found online to get some dinner. Back to the motel for some deserved ...
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