The Lodge at Big Sky
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking hotel
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... stopping because the constant yet gentle climb had exhausted our legs and because the final cruel 3 miles of climbing suddenly came into view. Not even a soggy cheese, ham and gherkin sandwich - freeze thawed twice now so tomorrow's should be really special- and a third of a jar of Nutella each could make the final push seem bearable. We clawed our way up to the Medicine Lodge-Sheep Creek Divide at 8,000 feet and then collapsed. As with yesterday, the scenery has been truly ...
... and I noticed a sign that said "Flintstones Theme Park". I thought to myself "OMG it is a Flintstones Theme Park and I just have to check this out". So I yelled "Daddy you need to park this RV RIGHT NOW".
Dad and I rode the train together (Ava was hanging back with Mom still in denial that we actually were going in). After the train ride we hooked up with Ava and Mom and then we walked to the town of Bedrock where we toured all kinds ...
Breakfast was awesome again. Thick crispy bacon instead of ham and French toast instead of pancakes. Weather still looks rough so I changed my plan. I headed back through Yellowstone and exited into Grand Teton NP. Have I mentioned it is windy???
Grand Teton was cool. There used to be a huge lake there that is now dry. Weird seeing boat docks on dirt.
At one of ...
... time we went out like real Forty-niners hitting the jackpot! The fun didn’t stop there either - after cleaning and cooking the shrooms together, I got to experience the reward of nourishing myself with goods that I was part of handpicking. Certainly my Native American roots were soaring!
Mushroom picking wasn’t the only hunt we went on with our Bozeman buddies. The outside classroom continued as Dave and Renee shared their love ...
... a mountain; I find it hard to believe more didn't die in the attempt.
Sunday 7/29 we left Twin Falls and headed for Pocatello to catch US 20 for West Yellowstone. The Snake River Valley was more agricultural here with lots of irrigated fields, mostly potatoes. I was surprised to find US 20 was a flat 4 lane highway for most of the way to West Yellowstone. When we got close we hit mountains and US Forest land. We also were watching a steady stream ...