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Since I arrived a day early for the tour (largely to mitigate the risk of a weather delay with my flights), I had no scheduled events until evening. The resort advertised a dogsled ride as a local activity, so I signed up for a half-day trip through Absaroka Dogsled Treks (aka the "Yukon"). This firm has an office at the resort, adjacent to the stables. The 4-hour trek ...
... some not understanding that it was safer to stay there rather than in the middle of the road. This area is primarily forested with lodgepole pine but as we left the hills, we entered into rolling dry prairie and on into flatlands with ranges of mountains on both sides. On down the road we entered into Lewis and Clark National Forest and elevation change up to 7200 feet. After leaving the forest, we proceeded ...
... over fallen trees, digging at the bark to get the tasty bugs inside. Matt spent about an hour watching it outside the car while the mosquitos tried to pick him up and take him away. The sun set while we were watching. It would have been so romantic if not for the other 40 people gathering around and taking photographs. The most impressive hot spring was the Grand Prismatic Hot Spring, a huge bright blue oval spring with edges of green, yellow and orange. We climbed up ...
... went by in the woods behind our tent. The drive here was good. The plains were hot. We stopped every once in a while for food or sanity. Once in Beach, ND, for Subway; in the surprising casino lined streets of Miles City; and at Pompey's Pillar where Andrew and I hiked to the top of a great rock in the prairie to see where William Clark of Lewis & Clark carved his name in the yellow stone. This explains the river's name. Today we are heading into the bear infested ...
After the best hotel breakfast yet (the B&B breakfast cannot be topped) with high octane coffee, fantastic fried potatoes, and a automatic pancake machine, we headed to the Museum of the Rockies. We became members because with family so large, membership was cheaper. The man at the desk said that the planetarium show called the "Stars of the Pyramids" was starting in 10 minutes. The ...
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