Shoshone Condominium at Big Sky Resort
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... opted for pre-made sandwiches and snacks from the grocery store and commandeered a table in that area for our picnic. At some point, I realized Sophia was kind of fussy and babbling at me in that way I knew she was trying to tell me something. She had eaten, and I had changed her diaper so I went to hand her Dolly, which always makes her happy. Where was Dolly? Not on the floor, not in the diaper bag, not anywhere in the booth. ****. I had walked all over the place with her ...
... br> Mase and kids skied across to the Big Sky side of mountain and as the temperature was forecast to be -19. They had dressed warmly (that information is for the benefit of the grandmothers and great grandparents reading this!!) but by the time they got to the first ski pavilion they were freezing. They have these warming huts in the pavilions where you stick your gloves, socks and ski boots to warm/dry them out and then get back out on the slopes again. Once ...
This morning we woke up tarped in from the afternoon rain. It never did rain again, but the wrap up did provide a humid environment. We packed up the camp early then made our way to coffee and breakfast bisquit at the local Conoco Station. Delicioso! Then to Moonlight Corral for riding time. We had a great scenic ride through the mountains. A marmot and chipmunks were ...
... a very popular holiday area. We rode around the side for quite a while, and there was a scenic road continuing around the lake, but this wasn't part of our ride. Then we started climbing through the mountain range that we had seen rising ahead of us. We crossed into Montana almost 100miles into the ride, at the top of Lookout Pass (a mountain pass in the Rocky Mountains. Specifically, in the Coeur d'Alene Mountains of the Bitterroot ...
... setting with people sitting in chairs and on the grass and children running around everywhere, reminiscent of the Folk Festival atmosphere. I'd describe the music as country rock. Pretty good, although they took an inordinately long break. I picked up Steve and we came back to the lodge and chilled, messing around on our computer/tablet.
Wildlife seen: a moose, down a hill by the lake on the ...
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