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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Multilingual staff
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... signs and rolling hills and native influences and steep peaks framing it all that I came to understand more of who Tyler is. He always gave off this grounded, peaceful, grateful, "real" vibe and now I "got it" so much more. It made me want to visit the hometown of every kid that I coached just to gain this kind of understanding. The Universe is at work every minute. She is giving me some incredible gifts both internally and externally.
It was sad to farewell our hosts and Wisconsin tour guides Tom and Joey after 10 wonderful days. We navigated our way to the airport at Madison, had good flight to Bozeman in Montana with short stopover in Minneapolis, got our new hire car and arrived at our motel in Gardiner by 4pm with the sun shining. The road followed the Yellowstone River between snow capped mountains. ...
The morning starts on the "Iffy" side but some sun. After breakfast we meet at a parking lot for a car pool to the Fairy Lake campground. It's about 30 miles north of town. The road to get to the lake is a two track and you need a high clearance vehicle. As we work our way up the trail, the car jumps all over the road and we are hardly moving. It take 30 minutes to go 7 miles. Fairy lake is at ...
Instead of going 20 miles east of Billings to visit Pompey's Pillar, a Lewis and Clark landmark, visited a laundromat. Then did the 2 hour trip to Bozeman in 8 hours as planned. As soon as we got on 90 in Billings hit the 3,000 mile mark of our trip.
Drove 60 miles southwest to Red Lodge. Nice little town with lots of shops, galleries and restaurants. Spent some time walking around. It is ...
... Chanterelle mushrooms. Prior to this, I would have thought that this would be the snooze button banging part of the trip. However, I’m so glad I opened myself up to the opportunity because, not only was it a hands on lesson on how to identify these incredibly tasty morsels, but the fun(gi) game of hide and seek while traipsing through bear territory in order to excavate these bad boys was as exhilarating as finding the golden egg at Easter - especially ...