Shoshone Condominium at Big Sky Resort
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... spring waters, you soon forgot where you were. It was absolute bliss, and we had them all to ourselves. We splashed around until our fingers were all wrinkly, had a hot shower, a cheeky coke and chips: so many treats we've been denied all at once! We got back on the road and were on beautifully smooth Tarmac, on the County Road 287, until our turn off towards Bannack State Park. Here we picked up the Lewis and Clark Historic Trail which turned out to be a remote but fun hard ...
... Maeve was ready for some action so we headed to the activities area ("Base Camp"). Maeve did some bungee jumping and then tackled the rock climbing wall. We grabbed some Starbucks and then headed down the mountain back toward Rainbow Ranch.
Heather joined me for a GoRuck Challenge workout in the lawn where we proceeded to do bear crawls, crab crawls, lunges, squats, push ups, planks, flutter kicks and a couple buddy ...
We were all ready to go skiing well before the chair lifts opened but the kids set off regardless and had to wait at the lifts to get up the mountain again.
We tried lots of new slopes on the southern side of the mountain (Big Sky Summit area) and had a great time. The boys especially got right into the Terrain Park areas where you can do jumps and other scary things but generally I just skied along behind them all watching how it went. ...
... up of architectural styles and building materials provides for quite the housing quilt without getting corny, like seen in some other western cities. This is then surrounded by Montana's suburban sprawl into the surrounding farm and ranch land which was driven primarily by the housing boom we all saw a few years back. All of this in the heart of beautiful Paradise Valley and all its access to wilderness."
On a few occasions Dave took us out to ...
Today, Saturday, started out like any other normal day for two weary travelers sleeping at random campsites. Well actually, our Japanese camp neighbors from Orlando woke us at 4:30 am as they were leaving camp for God only knows where. Besides that, I must say, since I purchased a new $20 sleeping bag at Kmart, I have been quite comfortable during these freezing nights. I packed up the camp early so we could hit the road. Alex was not up for the early part so he remained in ...
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