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Travel Blogs from Bozeman
... for the night.
The next morning was our last in Montana as the kids and I planned on flying to Portland, Juan to SFO and Michelle back to NYC. Michelle went directly to the airport as she had to return the car and had an earlyish flight. As for the rest of us, we were very luck because Mary was willing to take us to downtown Bozeman and then pick us up and take us to the airport. It also so ...
... was Thursday May 14! Somehow we had gotten it into our heads that we had booked the show for the Thursday, when it had actually been Wednesday. When we had the advent of picking up our tickets the day before, if we had looked at the tickets we’d have realized our mistake and walked right in! Of course, there was no further possibility of seeing the show, so we swallowed our pride and carried on with the day.
We decided to walk to the Museum of ...
... t really matter since we were spending so much time enjoying the view and me snapping photos. We would highly recommend this drive on the Cooke City Highway and Yellowstone!!!!
Along the way, we saw interesting and different signs, like Food Storage Required (with a bear graphic underneath), DANGER, do not approach wildlife, Open Range expect cows on the road, and unfortunately, in one of the rest areas, I saw a sign asking if "Do you feel like a slave?" Guess there is ...
... for a yuppie cowboy flair. We enjoyed it and would come back. Fun Fact: References to Bozeman appeared frequently throughout the science fiction television and movie series Star Trek: The Next Generation, most likely due to the influence of writer Brannon Braga, who was from Bozeman. The Bozeman area was the fictional site of Earth's first contact with an alien species (the Vulcans) in the film Star Trek: First Contact, though the movie was not filmed in ...
... i have met in awhile. This year has been kind to us, allowing a steady friendship to form. I am so thankful that he understands my behavior, but beyond that, he understands how hard is it to live amongst the spineless. It comforted me, and gave me a much needed reinforcement. I shall always remember the times we drank beer and smoked cigarettes in your bathroom. Wearing your mullet wig and sending creepy photos to friends. I kept repeating ...
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