The Summit At Big Sky
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My dad and I (Darren) drove to Big Sky, Montana to go flyfishing for Dad's retirement trip (and also to give Kristi a much-needed break from me). We drove through Bozeman so I could drop off the Stroh's beer bounty for my friend Tom Starner who had graciously set us up with a room at the Summit at Big Sky Resort. Many thanks, Tom! Along the way, we …
This was our second trip with Edward Jones.
If won fifty-thousand dollars, I would the following things:
Because I enjoy fly fishing, I would book a ticket to Montana,….
I would arrive by plane
I would stay at the Gallatin River lodge
If you are a beginner, novice, or an expert Fly fisherman you would enjoy my pick for a vacation. … If you would to be in nature, and to be in the zen moment….you will be secluded but with amenities.
Today we visited another builder who showed us some of their houses. I didn't like these builders as much as the one from yesterday. After the meeting with the builder we relaxed at home for a while before going to a barbaque hosrted by moonlight (the place we bought our property from). The barbaque was great fun for everyone but me because of how they lacked vegetarian foods. After the barbaque we left and went back home to fall ...
The second part of January we spent skiing at the Yellowstone club. This was our first year for skiing in Montana and we fell in love with Mike's house and the club. The elevation is lower and everything about the club is lovely. Since Mike's house was just completed we spent time helping furnish the kitchen and put together a user manual for the house.
The skiing at the Yellowstone Club is pretty fantastic. This is a private ...