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Travel Blogs from Big Sky
... low tyre pressure, which was worrying given the drive that lay ahead and the wilderness of the national park. Fortunately, we found a garage in Red Rocks and they checked the tyre for us. No sign of a nail or anything - but to be sure, they jacked the car up, took the wheel off and checked inside the tyre too. Then, they checked all the other tyre pressures for us. So kind and they didn't want any dollars for ...
... that the kids and I were comfortable on. Stayed there till lunch when we had to make the trip back to the cabin and that was even worse. At one point Mase and the kids had gone down a huge slope ahead of me and when I got to the crest I felt sick with anticipation. Mase, however was motioning at me and I eventually worked out I was to go another way which I did but got to a junction of four different ski slopes and didn’t know which way to go. All the thoughts ...
... was very slow at times. I did get to witness road construction and line painting as cares backed up for a mile or more at least twice.
I did get to see some gurgling pits, lakes, geysers, etc. on one of our family vacations we went to Yellowstone and actually stayed at the big inn by Old Faithful. The inn was somewhat different than I remember but the cavernous lobby was still quite impressive. The other strange memory I have ...
... he knew a spot I could pitch up for the night... That spot turned out to be round the back of a school playground, just off the main highway! Was pretty surreal getting dropped off there and being like ok this is where you can sleep tonight! Still he insisted it was out of term time and I'd be fine, and didn't really have much other choice. Parted ways, set up camp next to my chosen classroom portacabin, then plugged myself into laptop to watch Dexter so I could try and pretend I ...
... campground and ate lunch at Holly's Road Kill Saloon. Found Holly running a loader. The road south out of Big Timber is an awesome drive, mountains on either side and the Boulder river running high. Then onto see Dave Sheppler spent the night with his family. We both changed some since grade ...
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