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... little girl said 'who’ll go with me?", I offered. We had a cute little conversation up the mountain and she confided to me that ‘I’m a bit scared of chair lifts because when I was two I got on the chair lift and then blinked my eyes and I’d fallen off!”. I offered to help her get off if she was still worried, she responded with an ‘I’ll be alright’, then ‘thanks for offering though’. She couldn’t ...
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!
... and appreciate varieties of wildflowers that decorated the canyon hills around us. After dodging rain on our subtle but steady climb up to the lake, we took a load off and soaked up the views while filling our bellies. The never ending last mile of the hike was definitely quieter than the first...I personally was lost in motivating thoughts of Fettucini Alfredo burritos and hot springs, which were both quickly fulfilled upon our departure of the forest.
... in a little pond while I was riding.
The horses arrived at the cookout tent, but the stagecoach never did--it broke down about a mile from the destination. It turned out that the Asian family from white water rafting was also on the stagecoach. There was a considerable wait before dinner, but it was delicious--steak and salmon.
We headed back to the hotel to pack, while watching the Olympics and sipping beverages.
... him well.
This morning we left the KOA a little later than usual for our drive to Cody. We decided to backtrack the route we had used to return to Bozeman from Cody in 2001. Driving east on I90 to Livingston we exited onto US 89 for Gardiner, Mt and the North Entrance of Yellowstone. This took us down through Paradise Valley which follows the Yellowstone River. Again, much fishing and rafting on this river. From Gardiner we entered the park and took ...
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