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Travel Blogs from Big Sky
... a really cool 3D bookmark and two postcards. We finished the trail, took one last look at Mount Rushmore and then we headed to the RV. Mom and Dad commented that the Mount Rushmore memorial was especially well constructed and maintained and a national monument that we can all be proud of.
We were driving in the RV along the road toward Wyoming minding our own business when all of a sudden I noticed we were circling a large ...
... the mountain whereas snowboarding you use your board edge and angle to do the work for you. That’s Mase and my excuse for sore knees anyway J
Back to our cabin for a hot tub soak, pack bags and last dinner in Montana.
We have an early departure tomorrow morning at 7am to catch a 9.45am flight. It’s a 1.5 hour drive to the airport. Will be a long day catching flight to Denver, then connection to Houston God willing. Here we come ...
... was actually a real live grizzly. It turns out John has a friend who trains wild animals, and this grizzly "Adam" was one of his pupils. John then proceeded to make out a map for me of sights to be seen in MT and stated that when I come around again, I should stop back and he will tell me all of Montana's best kept secrets. Upon leaving the inn, we drove around Livingston, quite a charming ...
... Madison looked fun, but much to tame compared to the Gallatin. They won't let Alex kayak it with me so it looks like we are going in a big rubber raft. Some people actually are stand up paddle boarding, but they say you end up swimming a lot, and that water is cold. I let the boy talk me into to accommodations again, so here I sit typing from a cabin. I don't think I will get as good a nights sleep as I do outside. I am holding up my local beer, Moose Drool, here's to ...
... to meet us at the first take-out in case we had, by that point, had enough floating.
We had a great time in the slow, shallow but still fairly powerful river. There were floaters and fishermen all around us in a variety of floating apparatuses, with group numbers between 2 and 10, all enjoying the Sunday afternoon activity of 'floating'. Partway down the river, the kids decided to tie themselves together and paddle ahead, while roped together and then Tim and Pete ...
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