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... concealed corrals and then, "down" them. Interesting use of terms throughout the sign. It also had a sign warning us to stay on the sidewalks because rattle snakes have been observed in the area. YES, Dick and I stayed on the sidewalks!
Finally saw more refineries in Montana!
While this may be a not very well traveled road, we saw highway patrol giving tickets. In fact, one of the trucks stopped was from Ohio! NOT US!
On the recommendation of someone I ...
... buffalo (really up close since we happened to be in bikes) cross the road.
Day 33: we were up before sunrise to explore the Tetons, amazing day for wildlife--we saw a moose (my first ever), pronghorn, a large family of elk, large bison herd, and our first GRIZZLY!! We saw the scary bear while hiking around Jenny lake to Hidden falls (we were much closer than the recommended distance).
... laughter in my ear was the medicine i needed to keep my composure. I turned my sights to Zachariah himself. He had a strange look in his eye. I could tell that my absence would at least make him think. We both knew this was it. I was ready now. I looked up at him and smiled.
"Well, I love you Danielle and i will see you in May."
His words struck all of the overstretched heart strings and i felt my chest tighten. I gave him two kisses on the street.
... my Montana bucket list. With a ten month timeline in which to get there, I decided to make it happen right away. So, a couple of days before school started for Micah and Zola, the three of us drove about an hour west of Bozeman to take a two mile, two hour tour of the caverns.
It was a hot, hot day, and we felt it during the ¾ of a mile walk to the mouth of the caverns. Once inside, it was delightfully cool. It was time well ...
... the Yellowstone River.
We entered the fair grounds to be met with one decrepit bouncy house/slip and slide, a hot dog/hamburger/fry-o-lator stand and a sno-cone stall. That was it. Beyond that it was just stables and stalls. After having just been to suburbia's finest, I had every expectation to be disappointed. We first hit the poultry and rabbit barn to start to see all the ribbon winners and entrants (who knew there were so many domesticated types ...
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