Silver Forest Inn
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... those that have been on our many adventures, you will see mountains for sure. We pass the Yellowstone River and have crossed it several times today. Temperature is 76. The area we are passing has miles of burned out trees.
We have now reached Bozeman and Sunrise Campground. We're at 4,080 ft. After setting up home for the next week we head over to see the Larson clan. More tomorrow.
... Saint sat for his tattoo, Cody and I decided to walk to the Grateful Shed. It was a stoner shop on the outskirts of downtown. Being alone with Cody was the prime opportunity to reflect on the Yellowstone experience. I knew he would be with me to the end, and it was a beautiful and painful feeling. Cody and I have become so close in such a short time. His understanding and capacity are astounding for his age. We speak of all the amazing times spent in our ...
... next. Ahhh ….
Since Leah and I got married, we have talked about getting a pet. Over the years, Leah’s anti-pet stance has softened. Before leaving for sabbatical, we agreed that upon our return to Bozeman, we’d get a dog. While in Mexico, Leah accepted the position at Amherst and I figured that with a move across the country on the horizon, it would make the most sense to wait one more ...
... moments with these animals that they have been nurturing everyday for the past year, while meeting and greeting the would be buyers coming by for a preview.
We were most taken with a group of cousins from the same ranch in the Paradise Valley; the O'Hair/Armstrong Ranch (an original homesteader property). We first saw them all laying and lounging on their cows, chillin’ before the auction. Or as the youngest one (who was not yet old enough to ...
On our ride into Butte today we see the Tobacco Root Mountains just outside the city, we pass a rocky area and we see "Trophy Rock" and the Continental Divide - we are at 6323 feet (nose bleed time for us low country folk) !! Nick is doing a little "white knuckle driving going up these mountains and then oh no...down! But he did very well, and just as we started the decline, it started to drizzle and rain lightly. ...