The Lodge at Big Sky
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- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
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... Maeve was ready for some action so we headed to the activities area ("Base Camp"). Maeve did some bungee jumping and then tackled the rock climbing wall. We grabbed some Starbucks and then headed down the mountain back toward Rainbow Ranch.
Heather joined me for a GoRuck Challenge workout in the lawn where we proceeded to do bear crawls, crab crawls, lunges, squats, push ups, planks, flutter kicks and a couple buddy ...
We were all ready to go skiing well before the chair lifts opened but the kids set off regardless and had to wait at the lifts to get up the mountain again.
We tried lots of new slopes on the southern side of the mountain (Big Sky Summit area) and had a great time. The boys especially got right into the Terrain Park areas where you can do jumps and other scary things but generally I just skied along behind them all watching how it went. ...
... just enjoy the big sky country in Montana. It was a beautiful day. We will probably still be in Montana tomorrow because it is such a big state. We are above Yellowstone, but will not go into the park on this trip. We have been there many times and it will probably be crowded for the Labor Day weekend. We will look for a place where we can stay a few days, though, because it might be difficult to find an RV park for just one night on the holiday weekend.
Today, Saturday, started out like any other normal day for two weary travelers sleeping at random campsites. Well actually, our Japanese camp neighbors from Orlando woke us at 4:30 am as they were leaving camp for God only knows where. Besides that, I must say, since I purchased a new $20 sleeping bag at Kmart, I have been quite comfortable during these freezing nights. I packed up the camp early so we could hit the road. Alex was not up for the early part so he remained in ...
... get as close to the park as we could. Once we got into Montana, we were greeted with some flash flooding. The highway rises quite drastically in elevation and the rain clouds were so close to the road. In the midst of the pop-up showers, we passed the Battle of Little Bighorn Monument (a claim to fame for southeast Montana). On we went past Billings en route to Bozeman and the road became very windy and hilly while climbing and descending mountains. ...