Goff Creek Lodge Resort
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... and Ron H.'s around 3:00PM. After having a great dinner and catching up on what had been going on in our lives since the last time we had seen each other, we talked about plans to visit Yellowstone Park. Jim and Annie (Pam's parents) had been able to get a campsite for us at Eagle Creek campground very close to the park entrance. After posting the first blog covering our stay in Golden, CO, we (Pat, Ron, and I) headed for Jim and Annie's cabin which is about ...
... faint or precipitated a heart attack as it crashed into the rail fence burying its bared teeth in the top rail and collapsed there, motionless.
I called out to Lacey, “Get help!”… a line borrowed from almost every Sergeant Preston episode. She got up, shaking her head to clear it, then trotted over to the backpack and extracted the cell phone, dialing 9-1-1 as she had been trained to do. Hooray for technology! In ...
... we stopped during the trip. He was impressed with the church and the Christmas decorations. When it was time for communion I knelt next to him with my parents on the other side. The priest stopped when he came to us, and said a special prayer and blessing over us as a family. As Cody took the bread and wine there were tears in his eyes. “The Body and Blood of Jesus,” he said softly, “Thank you God for my family. Amen.” He ...
... to eat or do other silly inconveniences. On top of all that thinking, I stopped to see Mount Rushmore today. It's quite majestic, but smaller than I had pictured in my mind. I took a walk around the lot, observed some interesting people, and snapped a few pictures. Definitely a great way to get out and stretch your legs. I also had the absolute pleasure of driving through the mountains. I think it was the most beautiful drive I've ever experienced. It ...
... the corner of the house and made a beeline for me.
“Bear! Hey big dog!” I managed as he launched himself at me. I managed to remain upright as I gave my dog a big hug and endured a face-washing with his tongue. “Cody… this is my dog, Bear.” I lowered him to the ground. “Hey, Bear, this is Cody.”
Cody, always a sucker for animals, dropped to his knees and Bear then lavished a welcome on him ...