Josie's Bozeman Bed and Breakfast
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... Not wanting to pass up a deal, I now have a new laptop computer. Kid with a new toy on his birthday, priceless. We also stopped and purchased two new coffee mugs like the ones we have so now we have a spare.
For the rest of the morning I have spent time formatting the computer, transferring programs, downloading other stuff, etc.
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... next Friday at Fairview, Montana, which is right on the border with North Dakota. Lord willing, we will have made it across Montana!
The women packed into the car and headed back to Ennis. It was fun for me (Ann) to see again the route I’d ridden yesterday – the hills looked bigger from the car than they had from the bike! In Ennis, we enjoyed the Lions Club BBQ – a great hamburger, chips, ...
... are; the foreigners all hangout in groups together, everyone seems to congregate on the picnic tables between dorm buildings, EVERYONE smokes cigarettes, everyone carries water bottles called Nalgene's, if you are fresh meat coming at the end of the season you are going to be gawked at, and lastly that the food is ******* terrible. I played it safe and ate a salad today. Food was all Ashley and Ian and i could think of when we got to ...
... filming a documentary in San Francisco so gave me some tips about there whilst I traded some tips about South America - some of which based on my previous mistakes ;) Pretty relaxed night but really enjoyable before the real fun started... Very late that night, I saw a post on couchsurfing from a Swedish guy called Joaqim driving up to Yellowstone from Salt Lake City, where he would then need to drop off the car. Yellowstone was where I was going next and SLC was where I was going after ...
... but Mike typically believed that he safely wrestled the car to a standstill & on checking, the tyre hadn't blown, but a section of 'tread' had partly peeled off. Fortunately we were past the busy narrow section right up the top, but were still 15 kms from the town, no phone or computer service. Mike thought he would try again to get the spare tyre off, so off with the bikes and this time, the lock opened, so he could change the tyre.