Budget Host Parkway Motel
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... up to our first spot. The ziplines were a lot higher off of the
ground than our first experience in Starved Rock, but it made for some
fantastic views of Montana. The ziplines were fast and really fun, and also
included a suspension bridge, and a quasi-rappel at the end. When I say rappel,
it was more of an automatic pulley that slowly lowered you down rather than you
holding a rope and guiding yourself to the ground. This had been one of the
... stood in line at a gas station, waiting for their turn at the pumps...on horseback! They even stopped at the pumps. Cracked me up!
Finally got to meet my future brother-in-law Bob. He took us all out to Emigrant Gulch Waterfalls. WOW! We even got to see some Woodchucks!
What a fun day! Happy Birthday Girls!
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 ...
... the water dripping on the inside. We discussed throwing Bessy off a cliff, although our insurance wouldn't cover it, it would sure feel good. Sunday morning we took off early to return the rental car and we saw Yellowstone at its best. Mist rising off all of the lakes, the steam from the hot springs bigger than during the day. Two buffalo stood in the sun while steam rose off their backs in the cool morning air. We had to stop and wait for a number of buffalo who ...
... folks who will be renting it for the year.
Our initial plan was to button up the house together and drive, as a family, to Minnesota to begin our adventure. When Leah got word that she had been awarded the “Best Article Prize” by the Rural Sociological Society and their flagship journal Rural Sociology, we decided she should accept the prize in person in Chicago at the end of July. So, Leah flew, with Micah and Zola, to the Twin Cities (and ...