Howlers Inn Bed & Breakfast and Wolf Sanctuary
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Bozeman
... to watch the “big show” at the fairgrounds. We sat on concrete bench, and watched fireworks going off in every direction we looked – and these weren’t the puny type that you see in Washington where “safe and sane” is the rule! These were impressive, mini-versions of what the big boys set off! Some went 50-100 feet up and had multi-color starbursts! We haven’t seen fireworks like ...
... found there was one hostel in Bozeman (the largest and quite frequently visited city and gateway to Yellowstone), so got dropped there, only to find the owner had actually sold it and it no longer existed - are you actually serious?!!! Ok, so a city with no accomodation for backpackers - cheers USA! Researched again and found there was a campsite 3 miles down the road in the middle of nowhere so Doug called them, but even they were fully booked :( Headed down that way anyway as ...
Have 2 nights here so we can see Katy and her family and a break from continual driving. Went to her place this morning and had a great chat and met her daughter Ayla and 2 dogs Django and Lucy. Chilled out at the motel in the afternoon escaping the ...
... with a built in cooler in the middle of the rings; all at basement prices. Here is where we slowed down a little bit, for the first time today, as Uncle Pete and Tim expended all of their air and due to the size of the tires, we had to sit down as we got a bit dizzy at times. However, just past midday we were jumping on the river with our tubes, some drinks and some lollies to keep us going. Tim was connected to Eli and Lily to Uncle Pete and Jess was driving back down ...
... looks like, from our eyes at least, a huge success. But aside from all of that, Uncle Pete is our family and we were all excited to see him. So saying our goodbyes to Flathead Lake, we were on the road by 10am for the five hour drive to Bozeman. Just ten minutes down the road beside the lake, we were treated to the sight of a bald eagle winging its way overhead. We all had a good look and it seemed to set the tone for another fun/rewarding day ahead.
There was ...