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We stopped in Ennis and after setting up we went downtown. The first thing we saw was a Mule Deer standing by the edge of the road. He crossed the street at the crosswalk and went behind the houses on the other side. The locals say they see ...
... crazy death road.
“Hey look there’s two more!”
“Okay! Everyone quiet down now - Daddy has to concentrate and I have to help him navigate, (And freak the eff out) so NO TALKING, okay?”
Finally, we found the entrance to our neighborhood and eventually our house. We all filed in the front door and took in our surroundings. Gorgeous. We were all drawn to the enormous windows, which provided a ...
Tuesday, 7 Jan 2014
Full day of skiing. As we had one ski lesson unused, Mase decided to use it and get some tips to get to the next level (blue slopes to black slopes). He came back pretty weary having faced some tough terrain – especially when he had to negotiate the moguls (sounds like something out of Harry Potter but moguls are actually mounds of snow on the ski run) and some narrow slopes through the trees. However he said it was really good to ...
... We explored Big Sky and booked a horseback riding trip for tomorrow. Alex and I went on a 2 mile hike to a big waterfall in the morning. I wish we had mountains back home. It is such a great workout. And, Alex did great on the uphill eventually beating me to the top. Then we headed out for our rafting adventure. It was a good time, mild as far as rapids go, but a great trip. Alex has been spoiled on strong class 3-5 rapid trips lasting 3-4 hours so I had to explain, we can ...
... was not something they could fix because it was not en engine problem, but rather we needed someone who worked on the RV part of things, namely the generator. And the business day was drawing to a close. So we shopped around for another hotel room. Again, being peak season, no luck in town. So 45 miles up to Big Sky, MT. Initially I was irritated but the drive so so breathtaking that my frustration quickly abated. And the children's singing along of, "Who are you" brought tears to my ...