The Hideout Lodge & Guest Ranch
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Going through the bighorn pass just after dark, a little fawn ran out in front of us. Trying to brake and swerve, we still ended up hitting it. Didn't do much damage, busted the air dam/bumper on the front of the car. Made for an interesting rest of the ...
... leg of the journey: the genre of "Rock." Get it? YellowSTONE. Rock. Haha clever, I know. It featured classic rock bands such as The Rolling Stones, Pink Floyd, and Queen. Those next 4 hours were the complete opposite of the first 4. It was an absolutely stunning drive, but it was very stressful. We drove up, over, and through Bighorn National Forest. There were a lot of steep hills and sharp turns and sharp turns on steep hills. I was very happy when we ended up back ...
... into a Winter Wonderland: snowy, windy, and very cold! The rainstorm that we got was a snow storm up higher.
Coming out of the mountains, the weather and the landscape changed radically from snowy and sparse to the rich colors of a desert - oranges, browns, and greens. As we travel through Montana today, we are in wonder at the vast open spaces of the west. What a beautiful country!
... for an Eagle Scout. Bobby made a pot of chili and some corn bread. Chili great, cornbread failure. About 6 we had flurries again. Put the fire out and settled in for the night. The snow sliding off the rain fly and coyotes howling in the distance. Cozy.
Yesterday it was 90 in Bahia Concepcion. It won't be long. By the way Yellowstone is open. Thank you Jesus ...
... as the eye could see.
The Bighorn Mountains eventually came into view and we caught our first glimpse of the snowy top of aptly named Cloud peak nestled between the eastern ridge wall and dark clouds above. The Bighorns loomed large as they rose out of the hills and meadows of Central Wyoming and a hazy sheen of rain hung onto the highest peaks. This was our first large Mountain range in the west and we ...