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Travel Blogs from Bozeman
... an hour of time on the sled. A short drive to Mill Creek Canyon, unloading the sled and dogs, harnessing the dogs and then reversing this process consumed the remaining three hours. At the midpoint Matt (the musher and owner) anchored the sled and team and laid out a picnic lunch on a blanket on the snow. During lunch it began to snow, continuing throughout the day and much ...
... Room for the first time. I was met with disappointment and cafeteria style food that was all too reminiscent of high school. Ashley suggested we go hike down to the canyon on our first day, despite being sleep and shower deprived. As part of my new, "Give no *****, just try it" philosophy, i caved and agreed. I sure am glad that i did because what i saw today changed my life. Hiking down the sidecuts of the canyon, and hearing the waterfall ...
... bought enough food and such while we were there but now was our time to fill up again.
Once again the dynamics are noticeable and fun. We all have our favorite foods and items that we missed and it is exciting to shop. At home a food order when done is a task accomplished. A check mark on my to-do list. On the road it feels more like a celebration. Like a pioneer with a good harvest. An abundance. We have been feeling a little ...
... the night. After driving through the remainder of South Dakota and most of Wyoming, we decided to take a pitstop in the buzzing metropolis of Sheridan, WY. Some highlights of Wyoming: the terrain drastically changed from South Dakota and there were plenty of plateaus to see from the highway. Devil's Tower (America's first national monument) is just a short drive north from I-90. I finally was able to enjoy a Jimmy John's sandwich in Sheridan (Jaclyn deemed ...
... this road, as it was closed due to winter snow.
It was at this point I noticed the front tyre on the passenger side had a large bulge in it, (hence the wobbly wheel) but Mike could not get the spare tyre off, the key would not open the lock. We continued on, hoping we could get back to St Mary's, so took it easy, as we were not keen on having a tyre blow on these roads. Later, in the heat of the day, we heard a loud bang and the car ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking