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What is luck? Is it prescriptive in the sense that there are forces out there shaping my life? Or descriptive, where you only notice it once it's happened? Do you make your own luck? Or, does luck happen when preparation meets opportunity? Whatever you believe luck is, I know I've had some amazing luck this trip, including today... Woke up in Jackson, Wyoming to sub-40° temperatures. I jumped on Yelp and found a ...
... and we move from the Grand Tetons... to Yellowstone .. traffic is slow and very busy and it looks like a spot that Asian folks like to visit... so again... kind of like Banff! Lol
Why do people need to be so stupid... a wild animal on the side of the road and people have to stop, get out stand in the road and take pictures... of a Grizzly Bear!!! Yogi!!! I found you... but seriously people... quit being so dumb!
OK, that my ...
... up a chat about how miraculous this is going to be, and how epic the journey was.
We are now proud residents of Canyon Village, YNP. The drive from Gardiner to Canyon felt infinite. I smell like barf and cigarettes. Getting sick on the bus was probably the most unfortunate experience i have had in awhile. As for the cigarettes, i tend to smoke excessively when anxious. I estimate i smoked about five cigarettes on the hour long drive. ...
... hard work of these kids in the form of livestock, furniture, photography and art (a handmade holster, a stretched beaver skin, a quilt, etc). It was an awesome display of the local community and I feel fortunate to have witnessed a little bit of it."
So what started as a long-weekend stop to visit our friends in Bozeman, ended up pushing close to a 3 week stay! With all there was to do and how much we were enjoying our friends’ company, ...
... relaxing our neighbour came over to chat with us. She said we needed to take the Bozeman Pass into Yellowstone National Park West Entrance as it was a beautiful drive and it was a 'must' to see the Town of Ennis.
I didn't really want to back track in the morning, but the woman was convincing, so we made the decision to change our route as it didn't appear to be too far out of our way.
With new plans in order - we called it a ...