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... of the pools, but some of them were active springs. It was quite otherworldy. There were wooden boardwalks around the entire area and after about two hours it was getting more crowded. Most of the formations are of taverntine. I'll bet when it rains a lot it is even more surreal. On our way out Homer stopped at the only rest area that could deal with a man of his stature..The Mammoth ...
... for our comfort. As you can imagine we found this rather relaxing after the last few day's hiking activities and we spent around two ours just soaking and chatting. Matt made korma for tea with naan breads and another trek group leader wandered over and tried to poach him to cook for their group as well! We have been given the task of becoming very 'American' in our outfits for tomorrow's rodeo as well so thinking caps ...
... my throat. We were about to get to the entrance when I looked up and saw the most amazing thing I'd ever seen in my entire life. I saw Mount Rushmore! The first glimpse was amazing. We parked our RV and walked up to the Visitor Center. There was a lot of helpful information and we found out about the Presidential hiking trail that goes in a loop around the area. Along the trail, there was a sculptor’s studio that we could go in to explore. ...
... four years old - how sweet is that?
Mase decided we were now all good enough to try skiing from our cabin to the Moonlight area. Talk about facing your fears (me anyway!). Standing at the crest of a steep, white slope when you can’t see what’s at the end is really scary. Needless to say the kids and I were very slow – painstakingly slow for Mason I’d say, but we made it to the easy green (green is ...
Today was forecasted to be 94 degrees with 98% humidity . . . Yuck . . . Fortunately it was much cooler depending on shade, wind, and altitude. I felt like the karate kid . . . Fleece on . . . Fleece off Darryl-San.
i saw some wildlife including several hundred buffalo in groups of 20 to 60 at a time. No moose or bear. I had visions of goofy tourists poking the grizzly an then rolling up the windows leaving me easy prey!
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