Fox Hollow Bed and Breakfast at Baxter Creek
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... on I90 right to the hotel.
Bozeman isn't really right next door to Yellowstone (it will still take me almost 2 hours just to get to the entrance tomorrow) but it was the closest affordable town with hotel availability when I booked last night. It is a small city of approx. 38,000 residents and from the limited time I have been here it seems to have a great downtown area and based on ...
... up taking pictures of 2 or 3 other people who had stopped. If it wasn't so cold and windy, we could have stayed taking pictures for other people for hours!
Just past the summit, we stopped at the Top of the World Store to use the bathroom and get the Beartooth Highway T-shirt. There were lots of other bikes there, and we met a guy from England named Andy who was 80 years old and part of a tour from the UK that provided Harleys so ...
... famous Ellis Island immigration complex, the back side of the Statue of Liberty, and the Hudson River side of Manhattan.
At noonish, we returned our bikes to the campsite, and then headed off to the city via the PATH train from the Jersey side. This train is a part of the Metro system of NYC… comfortable enough, but slow as molasses. Its slow speed and between station stops makes us appreciate the computerized efficiency of Vancouver’s skytrain! ...
... we all slept well. First thing in the morning, under a soon-to-be sunny sky, I boiled some water for hot chocolate and made oatmeal with raisins and brown sugar. Our camp packed up, we headed down the mountain, singing songs, talking, and stopping every now and again to read another chapter of the kids’ book. It was smooth sailing all the way to the parking lot. As we neared our car, Micah and Zola asked when we’d get to ...
... than before, having to negotiate our way over or round fallen trees, over larger boulders, on trails with deep crevasses through them, that if we had turned slightly wrong, we would have rolled! Mark made sure to lead the way, so by the end of the day, we were absolutely covered in dust, while he looked as fresh as when we started!
There were some hairy scary trails, at times Teri & I refused to ride some sections, so Mark & ...