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... Madison, Gallatin, and Jefferson rivers converge to form the Missouri River. Lewis and Clark were unable to decide which river was the Missouri, so they named the three rivers. The first fork was named for Albert Gallatin, Secretary of the Treasury; the second for James Madison, Secretary of State, and the third for Thomas Jefferson, President of the United States.
An 8:30 morning meet time, ...
I got up early today and went back to the same church for daily Mass (St. Francis Xavier Church - still run by Jesuits!). There were about 75 folks there for 8am Mass on a Monday morning – impressive! The church is beautiful, and I wanted to see it one last time. This time I took my camera! The church is covered in beautiful paintings. Even the borders are amazing! You can read the ...
... pearl) and Jaclyn fueled up with the masses in McDonald's with an iced coffee. One thing we learned during our stop: "Howdy" is interchangeable with "Hello, how may I help you?" (Scott and Dad, you'd love it here!) After a short stop in Sheridan, we were on the road again. I was feeling energized so we decided to push ourselves all the way to Bozeman, MT, just north of Yellowstone. Tomorrow is not supposed to be the greatest day with a chance of snow so we ...
... track ... more about that in a future blog! We all enjoyed a meal out together, it was so nice to catch up with them again.
The next morning, we drove up the 'road to the sun' in Glacier National Park. This narrow road winds up the high mountains, with sharp curves, switchbacks & very deep valleys, we totally marvelled at the amazing views down to the lake. It was quite busy with many red tourist busses. When here in May, we ...
... tried anywhere. The restaurant itself is interesting as well, because it used to be an old industrial freighthouse. In fact, there is a railcar attached to the building as one of the dining areas. They have a couple of pool tables as well with some high top seating. Think of it as a much more interesting Orlando Ale House with better food. If you ever happen to be in Bozeman, do NOT pass this place up.
Stay tuned for more updates. Tomorrow is Yellowstone... Duh! ...
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