Howlers Inn Bed & Breakfast and Wolf Sanctuary
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... and without guardrails. There were motorcycles everywhere! As we approached the summit, the last couple of thousand feet had large amounts of snow still accumulated, and it was a little cold at around 55 degrees. We stopped at the summit that had the top elevation sign of 10,947 to take a picture, and so did everyone else! Motorcycles kept stopping to take the same picture, and someone volunteered to take a picture of Jody and I together, and ...
... chair” is established as a stark steel chair descends on cables from the Gods. All of the scenes with her at the controls then revolve around her sitting on this chair, dead center, facing front, with her right hand on an imagined horizontal control and her left hand on a vertical control, These are some powerful scenes with the projections of a mock battle screen covering full stage, complete with numbers flashing, and shadowy black figure moving on ...
We will be leaving from the Michigan Flint Bishop airport on Sat Sept 20th flight 3952 7:25am, then switching planes at 9:10am Minneapolis, then onwards to Bozeman Montana 10:34 arrival. The map will actually start in Bozeman so it scales ...
This was an amazing day of travel. I had a great flight and meet some great people. Once I arrived Chad and I went out to the family ranch and had an a great day of hiking working and land and hunting for dinner. Following we went to Chad and Kelly's house to visit and catch ...
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Since Leah and I got married, we have talked about getting a pet. Over the years, Leah’s anti-pet stance has softened. Before leaving for sabbatical, we agreed that upon our return to Bozeman, we’d get a dog. While in Mexico, Leah accepted the position at Amherst and I figured that with a move across the country on the horizon, it would make the most sense to wait one more ...