The Olive Branch Inn
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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Well, here we are in Bozeman, Montana. We have been quite fortunate that one of our friends have let us stay at their place until Saturday morning. Which, is when we must be on our way to our next stop in Spokane, Washington. Yesterday was our last day in Yellowstone National Park. For the entire morning and well into the afternoon Ible and I made our preparations for our departure from the park (finish ...
... lunch, including the leftover pizza from last night, then some of us soaked our feet in the river. Lovely! After a bit, we sunscreened up again – Dave is getting quite the cyclist’s tan, sharp lines at the shorts and socks, and really bronze in between! Then it was back on the road. It was pretty hot by this time, and we lost our breeze, so the next 15 miles were slower and harder than normal. The road ...
... for Leah and Me. It was wonderful to be home in so many ways. At the same time, it felt a bit bittersweet knowing that we would only be settling back in for ten months. John and Rochelle invited us over for dinner the night we rolled in, and Leah and I talked about what an amazing neighborhood we will be leaving. That sentiment was bolstered the next day when Micah and Zola joined up with a pack of neighborhood kids to zip around on ...
... up of architectural styles and building materials provides for quite the housing quilt without getting corny, like seen in some other western cities. This is then surrounded by Montana's suburban sprawl into the surrounding farm and ranch land which was driven primarily by the housing boom we all saw a few years back. All of this in the heart of beautiful Paradise Valley and all its access to wilderness."
On a few occasions Dave took us out to ...
... area before leaving the Park to drive along the Gibson River to Livingstone. Stopped here for coffee and ice cream before making the final short hop to Bozeman. (Don't stop at Gibson. It's a dive) Staying at Super 8. Went into historic old town for soup and salad and a beer. Bozeman is a very pretty university town. With tree lined streets that are quite narrow in the residential ...