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Travel Blogs from Big Sky
... baby carrier, so she could be anywhere. I asked all 6 employees and cashiers if anyone had turned in a doll and they all said no. One asked me what it looked like. Ummmm, I don’t have a photo for missing persons, she looks like a freaking doll, if you have seen a doll – any doll at all - can you give me that feedback please?
“Umm, she’s just a doll, with a pink dress, and hair….”
Then, a man, who heard me asking ...
... all dry again they headed out for another run – about 9,000 feet up and a few more degrees colder.
In fact, so cold that Matt had ice patches on his cheeks and chin which are the beginning signs of frost bite. Mase’s scarf/come balaclava was frozen stiff to his face and they were very much in need of a hot chocolate. Ordering a medium hot chocolate gives you the large Australian size drink! The kids all agree that Americans make ‘the ...
... only wildlife seen. Apparently wolves came through recently and scared the wildlife back into the woods. Big sky sounds like an awesome place to ski, based on the locals reports. We checked out the lodge then headed down to lunch at the Wrap Shack. Limited on money and activity, we ditched Big Sky for Mammoth Springs. I have been neglectful describing the sites at ...
... at around 4700ft. We took our first break at a rest stop on a flatter section of road. We'd agreed that morning to stop every 100 miles, which would be about every 2 hours on a scenic road, but should be faster on the Interstate. Montana scenery was pretty flat from here although still scenic, and we were following a river part of the way. There were a couple of rest stops by it and people swimming which looked like a great way to ...
... We also called the RV company to deal with our problem. Since we were not near a town (with repair options) and it was Sunday, we were told we'd be compensated for a hotel, so Sunday we checked into the Jackson Lodge, with the most amazing view of the Tetons. We were lucky to find a room at all as this is peak season. But we had to pay peak prices! (And Cruise America only covered about half the cost.) And the clincher, no AC. Yes, it got nice and cool at night, if you had ...
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