Josie's Bozeman Bed and Breakfast
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Bozeman was the site of our last stand as a group in the state of Montana, and fun we did have.
We stayed at a lovely Air BnB just outside of Bozeman surrounded by lovely old farm houses and farms. The Air BnB was run by an affable couple, Mary and Dick who are enjoying the retired life, pursuing their passions and busier than ever.
We had one full day in Bozeman and thought spending it at ...
... out what local restaurant is good.
Tomorrow we are heading to Lewis and Clark Caverns in the morning, and then heading over for a Saturday night in Great Falls, MT as we make our way even further north to Glacier National Park. The weather looks promising for the next few days, and hopefully the rain and cold weather is behind us.
314.0 miles today
6108.0 miles total
4.532 gallons today
146.174 gallons total
... undershirt as she moves from the base to home and to bed with her husband). The san poured silently for perhaps 30 full seconds. As the sand stopped, she turned to us and immediately asserted herself in full character as she commenced the narration, which continued non-stop for the next 90 minutes (there was no intermission). At this point I also became aware that the upstage wall was a full mirror, angled about 20 degrees downward, so that most of the ...
... concealed corrals and then, "down" them. Interesting use of terms throughout the sign. It also had a sign warning us to stay on the sidewalks because rattle snakes have been observed in the area. YES, Dick and I stayed on the sidewalks!
Finally saw more refineries in Montana!
While this may be a not very well traveled road, we saw highway patrol giving tickets. In fact, one of the trucks stopped was from Ohio! NOT US!
On the recommendation of someone I ...
... br> Jackson Hole... reminds me a little of a combo of Banff and Jasper... with a twist of old wild west! Lol ya, a little crazy but a fun place. After losing Jim... or was it the other way around this time? We meet back up and park to walk the main town square for a bit and look at the shops. I can see this place being a fun place in the winter time when the ski season is on.
Time to move on down the road... it's a beautiful ...