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... We also spoke with Chuck Schneebeck. He had beautiful photos on metal.
Dinner tonight is at The Kitchen. We arrived 10 minutes earlier than our reservation. They gladly sat us down. The interior decor was beautiful and intriguing. The ceiling was curved and had these translucent panels. Some of the walls were wood slats. It was incredible.
We ordered appetizers - calamari and luxury shrimp. The calamari was a steak and it ...
... as you would expect, he grabbed the camera and went outside. The kids father came out, took one look and went back in (turns out it was a stray dog but it did look a little like a wolf). On the day we were packing up to leave, Bill went to take the trash out and discovered a moose in the RV park. We followed him around for probably half an hour taking a hundred more pictures, very cool! (Even though you are not supposed to approach Moose either, Dessa had no ...
... the sun was coming up. Our latest night on the trip had been caused by flight delays rather than hardcore partying.
The weather the next day was really poor and we could hardly see the Crazy Horse memorial through the fog. We went for a drive around the Black Hills and stopped for lunch in Custer. Every little town we drove around looked fake, they looked like little cowboy villages with wooden lodges and saloon bars. I felt as if I had been transported back ...
... NP. And saw some moose and elk. Then we all got Jr. Ranger program books so we could become Jr. rangers. Ben and Edie finished theirs (except for attending a ranger led program) right away. Then they helped Bernice, Trixie and Tommy finish theirs. Then, we went home and got ready for a wildlife tour. So we packed a dinner and then a guy named, Evan came to pick us ...
... we reach the top, we get THE view of the Tetons as they reflect in the water. Nothing but glass faces the mountains and all we can see is the brilliance of nature. We check out the lobby area where a good number of smugly pretentious people sit around talking. Some other people have badges on their lapels. Yep, we'd come here in an instant for any conference. :) We spend a few minutes enjoying the view and checking out the menus, but decide to go back ...