Fox Hollow Bed and Breakfast at Baxter Creek

545 Mary Road, Bozeman, Montana, 59718, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 545 Mary Road, Bozeman, is near Gallatin Canyon, Emerson Cultural Center, Pioneer Museum, and Gallatin National Forest.
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    Travel Blogs from Bozeman

    Indepence Day!

    A travel blog entry by dna5758 on Jul 04, 2014

    6 photos

    We slept in this morning, which meant Dave was awake by 7:30. Lea was next, and went out to enjoy reading her book on the lawn by the pool. Everyone else was a little slower, and by the time we headed over for the "continental breakfast", which wasn't much to begin with, there was little left besides dry cereal, some poor looking apples, and coffee and OJ. Dave snagged the last maple bar for Ann, and then ate the last chocolate ...

    I smell like barf and cigarettes

    A travel blog entry by iam_thegypsy on Aug 22, 2013

    5 photos

    ... winds through the snaking roads, climbing higher, and higher in elevation.
    "The elevation might be a bit hard to get used to at first, it may take you a few weeks to fully adjust." the shuttle driver says to me matter-of-factly. I thank him for the heads up. Canyon Village has an elevation of 7,734 feet. I am slightly intimidated, however i can easily handle this. I just hope it doesn't get in the way of my smoking. As we climb higher ...

    And we're off.

    A travel blog entry by srbruner on Jul 29, 2012

    7 comments, 6 photos

    You've all done it. Packed up your things during some kind of transition. While Leah and I feel fortunate to have found renters who were amenable to us leaving a bunch of our stuff in our garage and Zola's bedroom, which eliminated the need to rent a storage unit, getting the house in order for our renters to move in was draining, both physically and emotionally. Now that we're out of the house, all I can say is, "whew". We left the house in ship shape and feel great ...

    Hellroaring

    A travel blog entry by markdyer on Aug 19, 2011

    2 comments, 8 photos

    ... can sit outside and drink our wine – very civilised (but maybe showing our age). We picked up some more local beer, it is big over here - very good, and J is really into the microbrewery ale. We also spent a bit of time astonishingly gawping at Wal-Mart’s gun section – it really is another country over here! Then, after giving in to a doughnut, it was back to the C’mon Inn to do more washing of our clothes and write up the blog. ...

    Spelunking!

    A travel blog entry by michelle-n-pat on Jul 07, 2010

    5 comments, 5 photos

    ... peaceful.

    Moved to a site with electricity - yeah, espresso for breakfast!

    We took a short bike ride to the visitors center to learn about the area
    and then Pat and Collin went for a ride up and over the hill - I'll let
    him tell that story!

    We moved the trailer to a spot with
    electricity - normally this wouldn't be an issue, but when ...