Shoshone Condominium at Big Sky Resort
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... night. As we mounted the sled to return, I realized too late that I had left my D7100 camera hanging from my neck and exposed to the storm. By the time we stopped, it had accumulated a nice crust of snow and ice. However, no leaks, no damage.
I met our tour director, Jim Sundby, and 22 other companions for the next week at Tauck's welcome reception and dinner that ...
... hot chocolate (packet mix - ugh!).
I did laundry and read ‘Who are you looking for?” – Which is a great book and very inspiring. We met up at midday and Jo, Matt and I got the bellman to drive us back to the cabin and Sam and Mase skied back across. Home for some lunch and then back to the slopes by 1.30.
We skied back to Moonlight Basin and spent the afternoon doing green slopes such as Cinnabar, Yak, Cupajo and Stage ...
White Water Rafting on the Gallatin Wow, a strange thing is happening. We slept inside for only the second time this trip and I couldn't sleep that well. I opened all the windows to try and make it the same temp, but it just wasn't the same. I don't know what I will do when I get home. I ran off early and found coffee down the road while Alex slept. I must add, the night before we finished watching a movie we had, and when it ended, just looked at each other and said, "what ...
... was not something they could fix because it was not en engine problem, but rather we needed someone who worked on the RV part of things, namely the generator. And the business day was drawing to a close. So we shopped around for another hotel room. Again, being peak season, no luck in town. So 45 miles up to Big Sky, MT. Initially I was irritated but the drive so so breathtaking that my frustration quickly abated. And the children's singing along of, "Who are you" brought tears to my ...
... bars and pubs, boutiques and galleries. We were liking Bozeman more and more with every step. It was not too city, and it was not too country. It felt juuuust riiight.
To wrap up the day, we ended at Bozeman Ale Works, where they serve a huge variety of local beers brewed in Montana and Wyoming. Bret tried three, I tried two. Even better, our waitress gave us two of them on the house. We REALLY like ...
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