Buck's T-4 Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... the only truck we had seen in the best part of 2 hours!). The farmer politely informed us that we couldn't camp there. Doh. Busted! So we pushed on further, until we were back on State land, not too far from the highway and set up camp in a very large sage bush! We both agree that today has been our best day yet. We hope the photos do it justice. It's unlike anything we've ever seen before in style or scale. + Day 25. Saturday 6th September. Near Bannack State Park to Big ...
... I felt absolutely exhausted, physically and emotionally, from that trip home. Took me back about four years earlier to similar feelings on the Swiss ski slopes. The question I ask myself right now is ‘why am I doing this again?’.
Anyway, we got lunch and were no sooner finished than Sam suggested we get back to the slopes – inside I was screaming ‘nooooo’. However, it ended up being ½ hour before we headed out, most of which ...
... one child was stranded on each side of the column. Here they remained.....stuck!!! Everyone was fine, but the current was enough that they needed some assistance in order to relaunch themselves. Here, Uncle Pete and Tim looked at each other as they began to float past and since Tim was holding the chilly bin, Uncle Pete jumped off his tube and began to walk in the thigh deep water to help the kids. His shoes were only slip-ons and not proper sandals or anything that ...
... up right behind him. He had to leave quickly and leave his camera on its tripod behind. One ranger called another who came with bear spray in hand, just in case, gingerly walked down and retrieved the camera gear. This reminds me, I haven't mentioned before how many people in Grand Teton and Yellowstone have cameras with huge lenses and tripods. The parks sure attract the avid photographers. After taking our own photos, we continued on our ...
... arms. We laughed and laughed at the grill that just didn't want to be left behind.
By the time we finished all of our chores it was late afternoon and we again loaded up and hit the road. We made it about 90 miles to Canyon Ferry Lake near the small town of Winston. Canyon Ferry Lake is on the Missouri River and is known for its wind, the guide books even says that it can be one of the windiest places in Montana to fish. We spent the ...