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... s Calf-A'. It felt like we had walked into a film set: hunters in camo, old boys in cowboy hats, bikers in leathers. The pins in the map on the wall showed customers from all over the globe. We had bacon, eggs, hash browns, toast, coffee (and more coffee and more coffee) and a huge slice of homemade pie and ice cream! With full stomachs we pushed on into Lima, had a hot shower, put on a wash and had a milkshake. Mmmmm. Now need to prepare for next big push. Yellowstone and the Tetons here we ...
... buildings. Dad found out the theme park was built in 1965. My favorite building was the Flintstone's house. The only annoying thing was that Dad is (for some odd reason) now calling me "Pebbles" after one of the characters.
We visited the playground for some teeter tottering, slide riding and bridge walking. Then we rode in a really cool (and old) Flintstones car prior to heading back to the RV for our VERY VERY LONG 9+ hour ...
... a butterfly caught my eye. I tried to photograph it several times. Lori loved butterflies and I felt like it was her . . . I stayed there longer than I would have and eventually got a picture and then left. I occurred to me that my weather timing could have been a lot worse . . . Maybe she helped me.
I exited into Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Another pricy ski town. I ...
... consequence that happened during the drive except for the time we had to quickly pull to the side of the road because of the large size hailstones that suddenly fell from the sky and which stopped two minutes later.It sure felt like Christchurch with three seasons in a day. We arrived at Uncle Pete's house at the same time as he was arriving home from work. Hugs were issued and received, a niece and nephew cuddled and beers cracked in celebration. We quickly got down to ...
... just for people with houses at the Yellowstone club. There are at least 4-5 high speed chairlifts and lots of terrain to ski. Most the time you are the only people going down the slopes. While we were there we got dumped on twice. You can go out skiing at noon and there is still plenty of fresh powder. After the powder is skiied off they come through and do a wonderful job of grooming the slopes.
One super fun activity we did ...