The Hideout Lodge & Guest Ranch
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... 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 ...
... be visiting again when we had more time to explore a bit more.
As we left the park we ran into several cowboys herding about 50 or 60 horses down the grassy strip that ran parallel to the road and we knew we were in the real west at last. The horses were strong, fast, and beautiful and the cowboys were postcard perfect. The whole scene was like a show put on especially for us.
The Black Hills loomed ...
... again a beautiful shade of blue so always something beautiful to look at. Well I finally made it to the monastery and all the Sisters are off in their rooms for quiet contemplation. I will see them in the morning and perhaps get some pictures. They were very welcoming and I very much feel at home and comfortable. I guess I will go to my room to read and contemplate. I have posted a few pictures and will post more tomorrow. Good Night ...