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Travel Blogs from Bozeman
Written by Rich
A pure travel day. Back onto I90 early in the morning, and breakfast at Talley's Silver Spoon restaurant in Rapid City (where we’re pretty sure we ate before on a workshop trip). We left I90 so as to get into the Black Hills, drove up through Lead, SD and on the gorgeous Spearfish Canyon Scenic Drive, back to I90, off I90 again onto Rte. 12N out of South ...
... was the same, but in one area they had completely torn up the highway and we were driving on gravel. It was pretty random, and there wasn't a lot of equipment close by to show they were actually working on the road. Other than that spot, driving through the state was great. Wide open roads, the speed limit is 80 on the Interstate and 75 on other highways. There's no traffic (not ...
... from tents. We bought a pretzel, then sat at their tables and had our picnic lunch!
The next stop was that absolute madness of Times Square. It was absolutely packed with tourist and touts, a Falon Gong demonstration, super-hero costumed buskers, and all surrounded by the iconic advertising signs. Traffic was still gamely trying to progress through it all, but not having much luck with the grid locked intersections.
After sitting for a while to take it ...
... cleaning our rooms, checking out with our employers and housing). Needless to say the entire process was tiresome and boring, but we are oh so glad that we are finally gone. Even though we did not start on our way to Bozeman until about 3pm (we were aiming for 2pm). We both will miss the people we worked with, the trees and animals, the geysers, but we both are indeed happy that our next big adventure ...
... out. People were floating the river, and fishing, and we saw one man standing on a paddleboard, paddling down the river. There was also a flock of pelicans clustered on some rocks near the shore. They are really big birds!
Just where the road leaves the river, the staff had pulled into Black’s Ford and had our lunch ready. It was just noon and we had come 40 of the 62 miles we had to travel today. We had ...
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