Chateau Apres Lodge
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... we went to the bobsled/skeleton/luge track and the K90 ski jump. 300,000 spectators attended the competitions at these events. I can't even imagine mobilizing that number of people in the area we were in.
Our next stop was Tanger Outlet Mall, of course. I love Chico's and bought new outfits for work.
... and then left for a hike at Mt. Washburn. As a wildlife preservationist, Ben knows a lot about the animals in the area, especially birds (which he studied in college and grad school). Both he and Chris had brought binoculars and a high-power scope which proved very useful on our hike. But before we even got to the hike, we got caught in a huge bison jam. There must have been 100 bison in the fields and on the road in the Hayden Valley. Several passed in front ...
... handsome boys Carson, Blake, and Riken. Our boys immediately felt at home and they all got busy playing hide and seek, nerf guns and tag. They shared hot cocoa and cookies together, while the grown-ups had tea. Marco commented that the visit with the Wrights was the “best part of the trip”- so much for Yellowstone, Badlands and Black Hills! We certainly appreciate their hospitality and really do hope we can get together again soon. ...
... tip dinner that we enjoyed on our picnic table in the cool summer breeze. The sunset was absolutely stunning but difficult to enjoy knowing the brilliant colors were caused by the smoke from the Colorado fires.
Looking forward to another day in Park City tomorrow. Stay tuned to check out our fun adventure we have planned :)
... and Canadian Pacific. If Cliff could have found somewhere to get the trailer safely off the road he would have happily sat there all day watching the wagons coming in, being filled with coal, and then leaving again.
We stopped at Fort Caspar Campground, and went and did some shopping as we were running low on supplies. The campground was OK for an overnight, but we wouldn't stay ...