Gallagher's Irish Rose B&B
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Arrived Sun 08/24 and drove up to Rock Creek Vista 9,190 and back down.
It was overcast but did get to see a lot. Since Anita was scared looking out over the drop offs, I decided to take her back up when you could not see the road. She was still scared.
It was a beautiful drive from Red Lodge, MT to Cooke City, MT (Northeast Entrance to Yellowstone) on the Beartooth Highway. We returned via Chief Joseph Scenic ...
Spent the day on a very scenic drive with Dianna. She drove Dad & I through beautiful mountain ranges and canyons not on the beaten path. This is where the locals camp and visit. Lauren & Danny are spending their honeymoon week camping in this area. Much of the drive is in the Shoshone National Forest which is about 80 miles long and 30 miles wide. ...
... Beartooth Plateau, the largest true high elevation plateau in the United States.
From are leaving Livingstone, Montana driving counterclockwise to Yellowstone we covered over 300 miles. The road in the mountains was very winding and made us both queasy with the hairpin turns. The temperature decrease from about 82° in the park to about 60° in the mountains. Elevation increase from about 3500 feet almost 11,000 feet as we ...
... due to a methane explosion which killed 74 miners after poor safety regulations were observed. We had dinner at the Beartooth Elks Lodge in Red Lodge. (All you can eat spaghetti for $5). It was an interesting facility with Elk heads adorning the walls. We actually ended up having dinner with the couple who were parked next to our site in Perry's ...
... got up close and personal with them. Combined with the clear blue sky and rising temps, I was totally engaged.
Heading north just before Mamouth a very big bear (we think it was a grizzly) crossed the road right in front of Bill's bike and when it got to the other side it stopped, turned, and looked directly at me. About 15 yards from me. I decided that stopping to take a picture was not a good idea. When ...