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... track with stunning views. Again, the panoramas took our breath away, and the miles seemed to just cruise by. We stayed on this until we hit a point on the map which showed a campground..... Hmmm. With flat arid agricultural land all around us we were sure this wasn't the place and pushed on. However, water had been scarce over the last 10 miles or so, so when we saw a creek we decided to camp next to it. Just as we were pushing our bikes behind a hedge to hide, a truck pulls ...
... went to take a look at Old Faithful, the famous geyser in Yellowstone park. It erupts approximately every 90 minutes and luckily we arrived just a quarter of an hour before it was due to go into action! It didn't disappoint us and erupted exactly at the predicted time! Really amazing and a fantastic sight to see! We ended up at a skiing lodge in Big Sky, ...
... other Aussies which was quite nice. The Aussie group we were sat with asked how we found out about Big Sky and then said they’d been coming for 3 years but had made a pact not to tell any Australians so they didn’t inundate the place. We had a really nice meal – French onion soup, tender beef with garlic mashed potatoes and vegies followed by a toblerone fondue with fruit and angel cake.
Sunday – 39 degrees in Perth, -22 on ...
This morning we woke up tarped in from the afternoon rain. It never did rain again, but the wrap up did provide a humid environment. We packed up the camp early then made our way to coffee and breakfast bisquit at the local Conoco Station. Delicioso! Then to Moonlight Corral for riding time. We had a great scenic ride through the mountains. A marmot and chipmunks were ...
... setting with people sitting in chairs and on the grass and children running around everywhere, reminiscent of the Folk Festival atmosphere. I'd describe the music as country rock. Pretty good, although they took an inordinately long break. I picked up Steve and we came back to the lodge and chilled, messing around on our computer/tablet.
Wildlife seen: a moose, down a hill by the lake on the ...
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