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Over the last couple of days we have travelled and experienced the beauty of three states (Washington, Idaho and Montana). Following the I-90 East we have driven over spectacular mountain passes, winding through the Lolo National Forest, followed along the Clark Fork River taking in stunning views along the way - a truly beautiful drive!
... to retreat into rooms, just as the rain started.
It’s now 8:00, and we’ve just returned from a marvelous Chinese buffet dinner. There is no more rain, lightning or thunder, and the sun is still shining, but all we can think about is bed! Tomorrow is our day off; we’ll sleep in (maybe as late as 7:30 for Dave!), then drive back to Ennis and Virginia City to enjoy the Independence Day ...
... hadn’t seen in a year. I stayed on the blanket for much of the time, just staying low while soaking it all in. Leah got her fill of socializing such that she had no interest in going back to Sweet Pea for the next two days. Still, it was a fun way to dive back into our life in Bozeman.
Leah had to head off to NYC in the middle of the next week to attend some conferences. I decided to revel in Montana with the kids. We ...
... that the exhibits talked about what evidence the scientist's used to form their hypothesis rather than just stating them. They also were very clear that what they were presenting were hypothesis not absolute facts as so many museums seem to do. For example one of the T-rex fossils exhibits talks about how they "think" that it was a egg laying T-rex because scans of it show ...
... before we checked the Montana DOT website and discovered that a stretch of I-90 Eastbound along our planned route for the day was flooded and closed! The only detour would take us about 160 miles out of our way! So, we decided we'd drive as far as the Walmart in Bozeman, do our grocery shopping, and then decide what our best option was. Which brings us ...
TravelPod Member ReviewsBozeman Koa
This KOA was right on the highway leading to the West Entrance to Yellowstone National Park - very convenient. Like other KOA's the staff were extremely friendly and helpful, the park was clean & quiet and the washrooms were also clean.
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