Shoshone Condominium at Big Sky Resort
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... my throat. We were about to get to the entrance when I looked up and saw the most amazing thing I'd ever seen in my entire life. I saw Mount Rushmore! The first glimpse was amazing. We parked our RV and walked up to the Visitor Center. There was a lot of helpful information and we found out about the Presidential hiking trail that goes in a loop around the area. Along the trail, there was a sculptor’s studio that we could go in to explore. ...
... skis and helmets etc by 4.30. It was our longest day out and it was rather nice to take the boots off and be able to walk normally again. Mase and I have bruises around our ankles/shin area where the hire boots rub and press with movement.
Apparently snowboarding is hard to learn but easy to master and skiing is easier to learn but harder to master. Skiing is also more physically demanding on your legs/knees/ankles which you use to control your ...
... rings and fried Texas toast. Delicious! Walked off lunch with a quick stroll around the streets surrounding the bar. Town seemed down and out with many very run down houses for sale. Highlights of the walk were the local castle (really just a two storey stone house), a deer that we startled in someone's garden, a beautiful Blair, and a toy moped that the gypsy could not help but jump on. Left the town after checking out ...
... and other than the cool soda shop we had lunch in there was not much else to do. So we headed to Virginia and Nevada cities. What a blast to the past. Past meaning 1800's. The two towns were still like old west towns. We found a place to pan for gold, but left with no more gold then we started with. With nothing left to explore, I made an executive decision to blow the joint and bless Big Sky with our visit. What a good choice. Tomorrow we white water raft the Gallatin ...
... the commencement of the homestretch back to the East Coast.
By the time we had completed our jobs and gotten dinner ready, Pete was heading home and he was greeted with barbecued chicken, grilled asparagus and cauliflower for a late dinner. Then the kids went off to bed, Jess watched a movie on TV and Pete and Tim headed back out to the pub for a couple of drinks and another round of pool. ...
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