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... of the tour because it required you to jump off the 40ft zipline
platform with nothing more than a thin strap keeping you from free falling. Regardless,
Diana was nervous to jump off the platform so I kindly supported in the most
loving way and pushed her off.
After ziplining, our guides mentioned something about a food
truck so we meandered over to see what they had. What they had was delicious
bison burgers, brisket, ribs, etc. We opted for ...
... they are usually a very clear blue. Mike is chomping at the bit to go fishing!
Right after we set up our camp we got pounded by hail. It started out marble sized and then went down to more pea sized. We were to get an even bigger pounding in a very short period of time!
My sister Vicki came sown the mountain (yes, she lives in one of the great little cabins on the mountain here) and picked us up to show us around. We ...
... give it all more serious consideration, and then called her a few days later to say that, yes, we would like to take her. In those three days, the kids had done some brainstorming about names. Their top choice – “Rocky”. We went with it.
I feel like a new parent. We all love having Rocky as the newest member of our family.
For quite some time, visiting the Lewis and Clark Caverns has ...
August 12, 2013 (Monday)
Had a thunderstorm last night but beautiful this morning. Cheryl, Angel and I took a walk along the Yellowstone River (scoping it out). Stopped at a couple of antique stores and fly shops on the way back to the Palace on Wheels. Took Cheryl to a space in the RV Park to practice ...
... gushing lovebirds, righto, I will move on ;-) Thunderstorms pass through the park most afternoons and it has cooled down enough to wear jeans in the evenings to fight off the flocks of mosquitos. Tonight's ranger talk is about a group of Native Americans who looked to Yellowstone for refuge to escape being put in a camp back in the 1800's. The ranger talks each night are fascinating. The reason the buffalo is on the national park emblem is that in the 1800's ...
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