Gateway to Adventure! Tucked in among the picturesque mountains and rivers of southwest Montana, the charming town of West Yellowstone is a haven for hospitality and outdoor adventure — and your gateway to Yellowstone Country. Located just a block from the west entrance to Yellowstone National Park, your resort is a sprawling, rustic and inviting retreat. It's the perfect place to end each day after you've explored the nation's first national park.
1, 2, & 3 bedroom condos available in West Yellowstone! 1 night minimum stay with the exception of Fridays and Saturdays- these days require a 2 night minimum stay. Starting at $138 per night
It doesn't look like sea meeting the land but more like me meeting the nature. It is so blissful to at this view that it gives a feel of doorway to heaven. In literal case if I walk further definitely I'll reach heaven.
Waking up 5 in the morning to visit cave point state park was truly worth it !! Wisconsin I love you ❤
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[SPOTTED] Contempler le début et la fin, dans cette ville mi-vive mi-fantome. .
A couple of years ago during our trip around the United States, I fancied a chain of bookstores there called Barnes&Noble. Never before had I come across such an enormous shop with smartly arranges book sections where each and every shelf attracted my attention. If my memory serves me well, I visited their stores in 4 different cities around the West Coast, and not even once I left empty-handed.
On one of those occasions, a small book caught my eye. The title said - "642 tiny things to write about". I flipped through the pages and... couldn't put it down. This journal contained writing prompts for boosting person's imagination. Some of them were hilarious, some - terrifying, and some - devastating, but all of them were thought-provoking, for sure.
Eventually, I bought the book, brought it home, and once in a while I look through the topics, silently answering the questions printed there, yet neither of those ideas turns into words on paper. Thousands of questions pop up in my head: What if I make mistakes? What if no one enjoys what I write? What if I accidentally offend someone? What if it sounds silly? What if...? What if...? I got tired of being worried and came to the conclusion that people can roughly be divided into the following subcategories:
🔹those who don't give a f*ck about what you are doing;
🔹those who will criticize you no matter what you say or do;
🔹those who always respect other people and their opinions;
🔹those who will stand by your side even if the whole world is against you.
Although the last two groups are significantly outnumbered by the first two, as they say, quality is better than quantity. So here I am, trying to push my way of the comfort zone. Maybe I will have the desire to write something only once in a blue moon, but at least I don't need to suppress it any longer. Basically, it is my attempt at not giving a f*ck.