Josie's Bozeman Bed and Breakfast
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... we made our way to the Billings Mercedes dealer, as our check engine and Def warning lights came on unexpectedly. Although we didn't have an appointment and the service department was busy, they had us fixed up and out of there in three hours - all software updates covered under warranty. They didn't have a car available for our use but offered to take us wherever we needed to go. We were dropped off at a nearby plaza where we had breakfast, bought ...
... desert, with a projection of a speeding but lonely highway right over her.
Soon she gets her first opportunity to eliminate and enemy combatant. Her excitement is almost orgasmic as she tracks the shadowy figure, gets the go ahead from her supervisor, and blam!, a completely silent puff of smoke on the projection. There is some intake of breath, and a twinge of doubt as she sees body parts fly. On the way home must prepare herself for normalcy with Eric ...
... of Mammoth Springs to admire the different architecture, which included a 1908 prairie style (Frank Lloyd Wright) private home and the impressive Fort Yellowstone, which housed troops in the late 1800s to early 1900s to control and protect the new national park. We had seen quite a few deer and some Bison while driving around but were not quite prepared to run into a ...
... new house in under construction and looks like a post and beam but has a lot of curved beams. Across the street are a bunch of cows trying to figure out what going on. We head on to the trail head to the "M". There are two routes to pick from the medium and the steep. Well at our age we took what we thought was the lesser of two evils. The purported easier route, which is three times as long, winds up the slope toward the big "M" from ...
... Hot Springs. Also saw a mule deer and her fawn on a small cliff close to the road.
Followed scenic route 89 for 50 from Gardiner to Livingston. Road in canyon and more scenic in southern section where canyon is more narrow. Road followed beside the picturesque Yellowstone River which flows north.
At Livingston got on Interstate 90 for 30 miles west where we are spending the ...