Shoshone Condominium at Big Sky Resort
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Yesterday we arrived in Big Sky!
Monday morning we packed up all our stuff once again, and with our truck absolutely stuff to the gills, we left Cody, headed north and west through Yellowstone to Big Sky. The ride through the park was exciting. We stopped at Yellowstone Lake for a photo op, taking a few moments to skip rocks and feel the chilly, clear water. It was so beautiful up there, and we felt like we were on the moon. The animal spottings were plenty. ...
... not the skis!
In hindsight, it was quite interesting analysing my reaction to these challenges and I realised that I had been giving in mentally and wasn’t thinking clearly about how to negotiate my way down the slopes. It made me realise how much our thinking affects our responses in life generally. If I faced each slope with the thought that ‘this is too steep’ then my fears grew but if I reminded myself that I could do turns and ...
We rocked up to our fancy mountain lodge at about 5 in the afternoon after driving through a crazy thunderstorm with lightning striking scarily close to the car... In Big Sky, Montana, the sky was clear and blue and, much to our surprise, the sky does seem a lot bigger in Big Sky!
We all enjoyed a well deserved bath, and then ...
... the ATV's. It was such a nice weekend, and we really enjoyed all their company.
On Monday we returned to Bozeman for a few more days & stayed with Mark, Teri & Briana, once again lots of laughs & some good games of cards. While the air-conditioning in the car was being repaired, we went with them & 4 little day care children to the caverns. We had to crouch in some sections, (well all the others did), slide down a part, walk ...
... I had my cell phone and could have called Geyser for assistance, but of course I didn't want to have to do that).
We ate lunch at a great Thai place in the Mountain Village called Lotus Pad. On the drive back, we stopped at a lovely Soldier's Chapel that I had found while on my bike ride. Then, although the skies were threatening, Steve headed out to fish. A storm moved in (ironically, the only one we've seen) and I settled in for ...
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