You can check out the photos from our first day at the Kings Hill Cabin.
Now, where did I leave off on our Kings Hill Cabin adventure?
The next morning we slept in until 7 am, which is super late for us. It was light outside when we got out of bed. Thanks, Anders!
The boys and I started the morning off playing in the snow outside the Kings Hill Cabin while H did dishes and stoked the fire. Thanks, H! The cabin had finally started to warm up.
Then we headed down the road a couple miles from the Kings Hill Cabin to the Silver Crest Ski Trails. It had snowed for several days prior to our arrival (the woman at the Forest Service office said they got three feet) and then the storm moved on and we enjoyed bluebird sky perfect days.
The only downside to all that snow is that it made pulling the Chariot a lot of work. The ski trails are only groomed once a week (on Saturdays) so we had 5 days of snow to plow through. No problem.
Insider Tip: There are a lot of Nordic Ski trails in Montana.
After our ski we drove back to White Sulphur Springs for another swim in the hot springs pool and some dinner. We brought food to eat in the cabin, but by the time we were done swimming it was too late to go back and cook. Dinner was followed by playing in the cabin and another super easy bedtime.
The next morning we went for a short ski, played in the snow, cleaned the cabin and restocked the woodpile. On the way home we stopped for our third swim in the hot springs pool (Anders’ request).