The Summit At Big Sky
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... Good thing we're such a great team! We found a flight that left in an hour to go to Helena MT. Close enough! We made it to Helena and rented a car with free upgrade to a Nissan Ultima because it was the last car. Stopped at a quick pack to stock up on drinks and snacks, went to Smith's bar and bought 2 liters of vodka for $20 each to take to the hotel, and headed to Big Sky. 3 hours later, 3am, we arrived at The Huntley. ...
... one road which is open to cars which was to Cooke City which is about 90km away. We saw tones of bison and a few elk and mule deer. We looked and looked for wolves but unfortunately didn't have the luck. We went as far as Pebble Creek, where we got out to stretch our legs. We meet a friendly older guy called Bruce from Lindsay who gave us all a turn on his snow shoes to have a walk around the fresh snow. We tried first to walk part of a trail ...
... got a good idea of how the whole 5,750 acres of Big Sky is laid out. With an impressive 250+ named ski runs we’re not likely to run out of options.
Hot tub – following the Roman tradition of hot/cold baths, Mason instructed Matt on the benefits of warming up in the hot tub and then faceplanting in the snow. If Mase had heart problems then they should have shown up then! The kids then took great pleasure in jumping in and out of the tub ...
... slept to 9:30. I took a ride through some of the old mining towns that somebody at the hotel recommended. It was perfect . . . Well except the first 20 minutes. I was on the road no more than 5 minutes and the sky opened and soaked me. I went for cover under the roof of a gas station and put on my rain gear. Within 30 minutes the rain stopped and the sun baked me dry. I ...
... that's going to work! We bought bear spray and pray it works well. Today we started our visit with a Bald Eagle by the river. A Mountain Goat on the cliff ( check out my picture taken at 1/2 mile with a 200mm lens). Then by Yellowstone Lake I wanted a picture of one of the White Pelicans. I was fortunate to take photos of the Pelicans along with a young Grizzly on the river feeding the lake. Again these are taken at long range with a big lens. No need for the bear ...