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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!
... was doing an incredibly comical play-by-play into the video camera the entire time. It must have been a somewhat confusing spectacle for any passers-by.
After the workout we were ready for the hot tub which we had all to ourselves. we relaxed there for a while chatting with each other and enjoying the moment.
We had a good dinner at Rainbow Ranch and then shut it down for the night. We head to Yellowstone tomorrow. ...
This was an amazing day of travel. I had a great flight and meet some great people. Once I arrived Chad and I went out to the family ranch and had an a great day of hiking working and land and hunting for dinner. Following we went to Chad and Kelly's house to visit and catch ...
... M” (yeah, no idea). It’s a strange tradition but kind of fun; I’ll miss it.
I’m staying in Bozeman tonight. Tomorrow I’ll drive more-or-less south to the western entrance of Yellowstone: I’ll be staying there for three nights. There a chance of snow forecast for two of the nights I’m going to be there. It’s about to get real, ...
... fur trappers & mountain men referred to them, as just that. Back into Montana, through ranch land, following the Madison River, then into more irrigated area and up to Three Forks, our stop for the night. Found a yummy Chinese in Three Forks, a whistle stop town, near the Missouri Breaks State Park, where the Missouri River starts at the confluence of Jefferson, Madison & Gallatin Rivers (Three Forks). Heading for Glacier NP. Have to be back in San Francisco two weeks today. ...
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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13707 Cottonwood Canyon Rd., Bozeman | Campgroundfrom $95