Covered Wagon Ranch
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... rim, we thought we could see something moving on the other side. At first, it looked just like all a tree - but then - binoculars out - and - yes - that tree is MOVING. That tree - is a giant black bear! Amazing - and very glad we were safely on the other side of the Canyon!
We bought bear bells in the visitor centre - goodness knows if they work or not, but we felt a bit safer at least. There was one ...
... Kenny experienced as he was missed a stone which went right under us where it stayed, so we were completely stuck. We tried all forward, bouncing & spinning but to no avail, we were wedged good and proper, much to our amusement. Then another boat appeared & yelled "need a ram?" So we braced ready for the bump which freed us so we were on our way again. Nick, Amy, Chris & I took it in turns to a"ride the bull!" Which meant sitting feet over the front ...
... s Calf-A'. It felt like we had walked into a film set: hunters in camo, old boys in cowboy hats, bikers in leathers. The pins in the map on the wall showed customers from all over the globe. We had bacon, eggs, hash browns, toast, coffee (and more coffee and more coffee) and a huge slice of homemade pie and ice cream! With full stomachs we pushed on into Lima, had a hot shower, put on a wash and had a milkshake. Mmmmm. Now need to prepare for next big push. Yellowstone and the Tetons here we ...
... was actually a real live grizzly. It turns out John has a friend who trains wild animals, and this grizzly "Adam" was one of his pupils. John then proceeded to make out a map for me of sights to be seen in MT and stated that when I come around again, I should stop back and he will tell me all of Montana's best kept secrets. Upon leaving the inn, we drove around Livingston, quite a charming ...
... the commencement of the homestretch back to the East Coast.
By the time we had completed our jobs and gotten dinner ready, Pete was heading home and he was greeted with barbecued chicken, grilled asparagus and cauliflower for a late dinner. Then the kids went off to bed, Jess watched a movie on TV and Pete and Tim headed back out to the pub for a couple of drinks and another round of pool. ...