Shoshone Condominium at Big Sky Resort
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Travel Blogs from Big Sky
... of the valleys below. You could see for miles – we guessed at how many. The fast moving clouds made the sky ever changing, as well as casting shadows on the landscape below, changing the texture and revealing pieces of the hills and mountains you didn’t notice moments before. It was better than TV.
I knew immediately that this place would be in my heart for the rest of my life.
Like all road trips, this one is ...
Kids and I spent the morning skiing at Moonlight getting faster and better skills before heading over to the other ski area of Big Sky. We tried out a couple of new, longer slopes and some old ones and had a great time. Mase and I both had burning thigh muscles by the end of some of the slopes but it sure kept us warm. Sometimes the ski down can be so quick that you don't have time to warm up before the painfully cold, often windy and snowy chair ...
... on what the river has to offer for the area we are in. Sit on top kayaking would be awesome. No sooner than we returned than the rain started. Alex mutinied and refused to camp until we exhausted all available options. The hostel was full. Oh, and I have to add, prior to this, we actually found food at a reasonable price. $3.75 pulled pork tacos. They were delicious. So, we ended up at a campsite after all, free, still to be determined, and the fog rolled in. Inside the tarp ...
... Loop Road across the northern part of the park to the Northeast Entrance. We saw hundreds of bison in the Lamar Valley, elk munching on the lawns at park headquarters, pronghorn antelope, deer, and, finally, a grizzly bear. We had stopped at a turnout for lunch and I walked back to the bathroom and opened the blind and immediately saw this good sized grizzly coming down the north slope. Unfortunately he was about 200 yds away and when some cars ...
... seem to be together in various areas. We stopped at Bozeman bank – but they only dealt with their own customers so we went on to Interstate bank where a very friendly lady sorted us out without any fuss. From our experience, banks here are very well staffed, open and welcoming (the one we went into had sofas and free coffee) and the tellers are not protected by big bullet-proof screens (as in UK) but just behind a simple counter. It was ...
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