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... track with stunning views. Again, the panoramas took our breath away, and the miles seemed to just cruise by. We stayed on this until we hit a point on the map which showed a campground..... Hmmm. With flat arid agricultural land all around us we were sure this wasn't the place and pushed on. However, water had been scarce over the last 10 miles or so, so when we saw a creek we decided to camp next to it. Just as we were pushing our bikes behind a hedge to hide, a truck pulls ...
... was doing an incredibly comical play-by-play into the video camera the entire time. It must have been a somewhat confusing spectacle for any passers-by.
After the workout we were ready for the hot tub which we had all to ourselves. we relaxed there for a while chatting with each other and enjoying the moment.
We had a good dinner at Rainbow Ranch and then shut it down for the night. We head to Yellowstone tomorrow. ...
... skiing from 9 until 12 with a break in the middle to warm up and have a snack.
Today the kids brought money and chose their own lunch and whatever they'd been hankering after all week - Sam had a bacon burger and fries, Matt had a cheese burger and fries, Jo had a chicken fajita and a chocolate brownie. Then back to the slopes for the afternoon.
We spent 1-3pm on the southern slopes and then moved back to Moonlight Basin where we had to return ...
... Chanterelle mushrooms. Prior to this, I would have thought that this would be the snooze button banging part of the trip. However, I’m so glad I opened myself up to the opportunity because, not only was it a hands on lesson on how to identify these incredibly tasty morsels, but the fun(gi) game of hide and seek while traipsing through bear territory in order to excavate these bad boys was as exhilarating as finding the golden egg at Easter - especially ...
... until I dragged him out in his sleeping bag. All that remained of the camp was Alex on the ground snug in his mummy bag refusing to get out. Once on the road, we headed out of Yellowstone towards the town of Ennis. Along the way we stopped to see magnificent Old Faithful who blew her top in all her glory, it is really amazing to see all the geysers, boiling mud holes etc. It is like being on another planet. We went to Ennis where we quickly learned we weren't going fishing ...
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