Stillwater Condominiums at Big Sky Resort
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... are a new welcome addition). From then on it got tougher. We rode over a high plateau into a withering head wind, at one point registering 3.5 miles an hour on a gentle incline. It was utterly soul destroying. We descended from the plateau on a steep, sandy track and then began the six mile climb up to our campsite. The wind was still killing us, and we took turns on the front to try and up our speed. Nadine rode like a Jens Voigt trooper on the front, but unfortunately ...
... the mountain for some amazing views (and a little more hiking up from the chair lift to a higher vantage point).
Unfortunately Ava set her hand on some kind of cactus plant (which seemed quite uncomfortable) and then she proceeded to twist her ankle on the way down the mountain toward the chair lift. She was not the happiest hiker at that time.
When we got down the chair lift (it took at least 10-15 minutes each ...
Today the snow was falling pretty much all day. The morning was wet, heavy snow, the afternoon was light, dry individual snowflakes which fell all over our clothing and the individual designs of each were easy to see.
We all agree that today was the best day skiing for all of us so far…with one day to go!
The hot tub was steaming hot and we enjoyed a nice relax before Sam and Matt started Roman bathing again – ...
... we had an hour long vicious game of cribbage where the 9 of hearts came up 4 out of 5 hands; statistically unbelievable. That pretty much wraps up another great day!! Ut!! Before I finished typing this, the local camp patrol guy came by and collected my $14. Apparently he has spies at the grounds here. Interesting guy, told me there a few bears near our site here. If I write a blog tomorrow, we weren't dinner. I figure the little dog in the other tent is a better bear meal than ...
... and joy and he even carries his canine pictures in his wallet. It was super interesting to help train his bird dog with pigeons and a starter pistol. I spent the rest of my time playing frisbee golf, hiking in the mountains, canoeing the Gallatian, and going to concerts in the Meadow. To top it all off, Bozeman was having a red dress run! It was hands down, one of the best hashes ever! Since Bozeman is new ...