Howlers Inn Bed & Breakfast and Wolf Sanctuary
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- Free parking
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... buy an entire plate. I told them I was also curious and would split the plate with them. The chef fried them up and with a little ranch dressing, down the hatch. Kinda tasted like fried chicken.
I took pictures of the ranch where the festival will start tonight. The vendors were setting up. I had a chicken wrap for actual lunch... kinda tasted like Mountain Oysters.
Back on the ...
... all spectacular. Ironically of the five park entrances, the only one we didn't visit was the West Entrance which is by far the most popular. Most of the traffic we saw was people coming in the West Entrance and heading south to Old Faithful and the geysers, There was some traffic north to the Hot Mammoth Springs, but the east side of the park had much less people.
The North Entrance put us on US-89N and back into Montana. It was ...
... once in a lifetime kind of thing.
OK, lets see if I can describe this with justice. The theatre was a black box with three tiers of seats in a U around the floor. I figure it only held about 500, which was a surprise for a play with Anne Hathaway. The floor was completely covered at least a foot deep in fine white sand, very similar to the production of Hecuba that Mac was in with United Players, except in this case the sand stretched right to the seats so ...
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 ...
On the road again! This time headed towards Billings, MT and to end the day in Bozeman, MT.
Soon after we left Miles City, we saw a sight that may not be unusual in these parts, but for this city girl, very unusual: wild turkeys crossing the highway instead of the geese we see crossing the streets in Blue Ash. Of course, thought about taking a picture too late!
Montana certainly has some wide open spaces. Benefits: no real rush hour traffic, construction zones don't ...