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... only be 20 miles, so early start, early finish and lots of food and drink please. + Day 26. Sunday 7th September. Big Sheep Creek to Lima. Another freezing start to the day with plenty of ice on the tent and bikes. Whilst our wild camp spot was possibly the most beautiful of the whole trip, the problem with camping in a canyon (or gorge - not sure of the difference) is that it gets no morning sun. We didn't even bother getting the stove on for breakfast but simply scoffed two ...
... was again impressed by the stone work, slate flooring, huge wooden logs for beams, life size mountain goats on the walls and a couple of bears near the fire.
Sam noted the scaled model/3D map of the mountain and village showing the ski trails and also the major ski lifts to the top of the mountain.
I had a skiing lesson in the morning which was fantastic and remembered things from last time which was a relief as I had ...
My lodging last night was inexpensive and awesome (http://mobile.buckst4.com/rooms.php). It had one of those awesome beds with awesome linens.
I slept great! I was up at 6:30 and went to the breakfast and saw a really cool sunrise - see photos.
Breakfast was chef prepared and awesome. Real scrambled eggs, fantastic ham, blueberry muffins, fresh fruit, real ...
Today we met with a builder named todd who showed us his business. We visited a few home of his which were all very nice. My favorite one was a 13,500 square foot house in the yellowstone club. I especially liked how much metal was exposed in the house. After the meeting with the building cole and I played paintball while mom had a spa hot rocks massage. I shot cole many times in our game and he shot me back. After a long day we went back home and fell ...
... a couple different islands too. Is it even fair to say they discovered something, when the Indians found it first? Well, history is written by the victors. (I believe recent historians have claimed Sacajawea was the brains of the whole operation and Lewis and Clark were just along for the ride.)
Arrived in Sun Valley, Idaho and had a bit of a challenge finding a condo. (It is comparatively much easier to find campgrounds!) The problem was the first 2 we had picked ...