Travel Blogs from Big Sky
... is calcium which reacts with the oxygen and carbon dioxide in the atmosphere to create lime stone. In the evening we were treated to one of natures more accessible splendours, we got to bathe in the confluence of The Gardner and Boiling rivers; the Gardner river is a normal river where as Boiling river, as the name suggests is a boiling hot river fed from a hot spring, so we were able to move around in order to adjust the ...
... them almost everyday. The town has lots of amazing art sculptures in front of shops and government offices. The main event in this town is Fly Fishing for Trout and every shop sells gear and hand made flies. A quiet and quaint little town.
... was doing an incredibly comical play-by-play into the video camera the entire time. It must have been a somewhat confusing spectacle for any passers-by.
After the workout we were ready for the hot tub which we had all to ourselves. we relaxed there for a while chatting with each other and enjoying the moment.
We had a good dinner at Rainbow Ranch and then shut it down for the night. We head to Yellowstone tomorrow. ...
... little girl said 'who’ll go with me?", I offered. We had a cute little conversation up the mountain and she confided to me that ‘I’m a bit scared of chair lifts because when I was two I got on the chair lift and then blinked my eyes and I’d fallen off!”. I offered to help her get off if she was still worried, she responded with an ‘I’ll be alright’, then ‘thanks for offering though’. She couldn’t ...
... of game meat. I ate in the bar opted for the burger which was awesome. They blend Kobe beef and top USDA beef. It was the best burger I ever had . . . With a large helping of fries was $12. Back to the room I chilled out and used the stereo they had with my iPod and enjoyed some music.
The only complaint I had about Buck's was the slow photo uploads.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service