Category Archives: Travel

…Lion Bait!

Arriving home after a satisfying dinner and a stroll along the main street of Cody, we greet Robin & Bob hanging out in the community parlor (parlor is my word, not theirs).   Often when we stay at B & B’s … Continue reading

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Camping…@*^% NO!

It’s a lamentable fact that a breathtaking landscape, which under different circumstances would expand your heart with gratitude, can go unnoticed…yes unnoticed, when fatigued.  This veritable blind fold shrouds me for the last two riding hours of our first day.   There … Continue reading

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But Alas…when riding, I have only myself for company!

As the architect of this trip, I calculated approximately 150 – 200 “destination miles”.  Destination miles are the minimum number of miles we need to travel to get to our next bed.  150 – 200 miles should encompass 2 ½ … Continue reading

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Keep on Riding!

Hello friends…this is the second installment of Written Recordings from Big Sky Country.  I hope you enjoy it! The Grand Teton, at 13, 775 feet, is the highest peak of the Teton Range and the second highest peak in the State … Continue reading

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Oh Yea…Altitude!

Hello friends…this is the first installment of Written Recordings from Big Sky Country.  I hope you enjoy it! The ambrosial scent of sage brush lingers with the musky smell of lodgepole pine and acts on my entire being.  The bouquet … Continue reading

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I Will Not Be Cowed By This Trip!

I published a new photo for the header of this blog.  My initial thoughts for doing so were to highlight my upcoming motorcycle trip (my husband and I and one other couple) through The Grand Tetons, Bear Creek Pass & … Continue reading

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