Big Sky Resort Village Center
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... a terrifying view, straight down.
Oh my God, are we at the top yet? We have to be at the top. We can’t possibly go any higher. I feel like I’m in a plane. Oh God, the plane.
“Hey, look there is a cross on the side of the road, what’s that for?”
“That’s a crash cross. That means someone was in an accident there.”
And died. Because obviously nobody would have a chance of surviving a crash ...
... you’re burning all over, then slowly the heat starts to spread through your body until you’re toasty. Then comes the point where it’s too hot and you need to expose a bit more flesh to the elements to lower your body temp. This afternoon it was particularly beautiful because the sun was shining, the sky was blue with just a tinge of pink with the sunset and everything was clear. Spectacular!
39 degrees in Perth, -22 on the ski slopes of Big ...
White Water Rafting on the Gallatin Wow, a strange thing is happening. We slept inside for only the second time this trip and I couldn't sleep that well. I opened all the windows to try and make it the same temp, but it just wasn't the same. I don't know what I will do when I get home. I ran off early and found coffee down the road while Alex slept. I must add, the night before we finished watching a movie we had, and when it ended, just looked at each other and said, "what ...
... geysers" and Talbot kept asking the details as to why the rocks were in fact yellow. After we got our rental car, we checked into the KOA outside of town (lovely campsite). We then had lunch, Doug took the kids for a dip in the pool while I madly did laundry, and then we dropped our rig off at the garage back in town. We took in an IMAX about Yellowstone and afterward supported the economy of West Yellowstone with our purchase at the gift shop. Then we heard from the garage that ...
... 8217;t get the hiking thing. So we raced through Yellowstone in an hour, thought the Badlands were the coolest thing ever but were bored after the 2nd scenic turnout. I remember when I left Michigan I said “if I ever see a tree again, it will be too soon.” How things change. Enough philsophical musings for now.
True to form, as we are right outside Stanley, it is COLD. In fact, the whole town of Stanley was like driving through a cloud. fog? Not sure what ...