Lone Mountain Guest Ranch
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... the feast we will have on arrival in Lima, imagining row on row of chilled, fresh fruit, veg, and meat in the supermarket. Our imaginings were somewhat shattered when we checked the listings for Lima on the map: population 231, grocery store Exxon garage. Not quite the metropolis we were hoping for after five days in the wilds. Hence, tomorrow will include a side trip to Dell, a tiny town, but one with a grocery store. Please be open on Sunday! Even with the side trip, ...
... lifestyle and relationship. they are BOTH shakers and movers in this world. I am so happy they have found one another...they are engaged too! Mariah actually has a job where she is figuring out how to get kids back to walking to school. What a GREAT idea! I must remember to tell her about Portland's signs in neighborhoods saying: " Drive as if your children lived here" You folks on Monte Sano will see one on Nolen soon.... I spent the day lolly gagging my way through Idaho ...
... hot chocolate (packet mix - ugh!).
I did laundry and read ‘Who are you looking for?” – Which is a great book and very inspiring. We met up at midday and Jo, Matt and I got the bellman to drive us back to the cabin and Sam and Mase skied back across. Home for some lunch and then back to the slopes by 1.30.
We skied back to Moonlight Basin and spent the afternoon doing green slopes such as Cinnabar, Yak, Cupajo and Stage ...
... would blow up the air mattresses. Lets just say I didn't have to work so hard at camp. I learned even in the middle of nowhere, I can get in an argument with a guy. He wouldn't share a common bear box so we could avoid attracting bears to the area. So, I, of course, told him I would toss everything towards his camp tonight. :) So, with moths on my iPod screen, I go to ...
... turned and headed away from me before I could get the camera ready. I tried a telephoto shot but we'll see how it came out. After leaving the park we took Wyoming 212 east to Wyoming 246 which is also known as the Chief Joseph Scenic Byway. I had remembered this as one of the most scenic roads I had ever been on and it lived up to my memories. We arrived at Cody, checked in, and did a grocery refill. Tomorrow we will most likely be at the Cody Museum Complex.