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Travel Blogs from Big Sky
... we would see one or two bison at a time. Again the car was so packed, that each boy could only see out of their own window, so if Bradley would shout, "ohmygoshBISON!" from his side, Danny would get mad because he couldn't see it. He was in the middle of complaining that Bradley’s side was better when we came over a crest and all lost our breath as the road cut through a sweeping valley COVERED with bison on both sides. Some were standing or walking, some were ...
... the slope and slowly make my way down then it became possible. Life in Christ is similar, our thinking needs to change. Our mindset is not to be ‘I can’t do this’ but little by little with God’s way of thinking and His help, the challenges of life can be faced.
Saturday night we had a special dinner in a Yurt (a tent)
Yurt dinner at the top of one of the mountains, bob-sledding in the crazy Aussie way, at a table with ...
... at 'Word of Mouth', a local bar with fine dining just across the street from our hotel. We observed some of the locals and realized that this place is not too different from Swiss ski resorts in the off season. Families celebrating birthdays, teens playing pool, waiters recommending the most expensive bottles on the menu... Good ...
... 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 ...
... nap. Steve came back around 6, chilled and wet (but he did get some hits). We then went to dinner here at Buck's T-4 for what we're calling our anniversary celebration. I had red deer and Steve had local trout. We then went back up the mountain to the conference for a presentation about a climbing expedition to the Arctic (I struggled to stay awake and upright). Then, back to Buck's, where we had a nightcap and watched the London Olympic opening ...
Other places to stay in Big Sky
1 Lone Mountain Trail, Big Sky | 3 star condofrom $248
1 Lone Mountain Trail, Big Sky | Condofrom $345
Curley Bear Road, Big Sky | Condofrom $410
Yellowtail Road, Big Sky | Condofrom $323
Big Sky Resort, Big Sky | Condofrom $290
1405 Beaverhead Circle, Big Sky | Condofrom $391
Big Sky Resort, Turkey Leg Road , Big Sky | 3 star condofrom $185
One Lone Mountain Trail, Big Sky | 4 star condofrom $190