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... for the rich and famous (Leonardo DiCaprio, Justin Timberlake, Bill Gates, Ashton Kutcher,etc). We headed up to check out Big Sky and toured the palatial grounds with their multi million dollar estates.....we thought it lacked character and charm so we headed back to our 24' motor home in our RV park with our friendly neighbors.
... important to me is in these bags that i carry, and it is a frightening and new feeling. Brushing your teeth in a real bathroom is something i will never take for granted again. It is amazing how something so simple can restore your humanity. I saw a poster today that i thought was funny, almost like an omen to make me feel traces of home. "America, Let Freedom Ring", a giant eagle adorned with an american flag. It reminds me of Lucas. The ...
... Loop Road across the northern part of the park to the Northeast Entrance. We saw hundreds of bison in the Lamar Valley, elk munching on the lawns at park headquarters, pronghorn antelope, deer, and, finally, a grizzly bear. We had stopped at a turnout for lunch and I walked back to the bathroom and opened the blind and immediately saw this good sized grizzly coming down the north slope. Unfortunately he was about 200 yds away and when some cars ...
Friday was a great travel day, nothing went wrong, no serial killer getting me at the rest area. Made it all the way to Bozeman Mt. stopped at the walmart about 9 pm. I thought we were at a campground not a Walmart, there must have been at least 15 campers in the parking lot for over night stay and when I woke up the next morning there were more. So we stocked up ...
... it; and who had not been able to sell it for two years because of the economic slump and the impact which it has had on the RV industry in general. These factors conspired to make it affordable for us.
As you will see from the photos, it is a most comfortable vehicle. (We've decided to call it "Stolen Hours" with a tip of the hat to my age and the fact that the window is short even if unmeasurable.) It is 40' long and a little over 10' wide in ...
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