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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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... HUGE male who has been named "Touchdown" by those living nearby. And to top it all off, just off the side of the road we spotted a great big black bear! Now, after seeing all the wildlife on our way out (especially the bear) we had immediately thought "Where the heck were all you guys on our tours this season!?!".
After our little safari, getting to Bozeman was a breeze. Since the speed limit ...
... break. Usually we’re not really hungry at these snack breaks, but it’s important to keep your calorie intake at pace with your output, because “bonking” (running out of calories/energy) is really not fun. Even with the climb, our average was over 15 mph, which is really good for me.
Norris isn’t much but a minimart gas station and a post office. We sat down on the stoop of an ...
... we were riding we noticed that the number of motorcyclists, and Harley riders particularly had really increased and that every rest stop we went past had motorcyclists in it. I'm sure that lots of these guys and gals would have been on their way to the Sturgis bike rally which is starting to get underway. Missoula was our lunch stop. I had thought that Wayne was going to ride past all the turn offs and stop at the next town, which ...
... like that of Michigan, it was still warm.
Upon arriving in Bozeman, we made a quick phone call to Fred Stockwell who is Jacquie Franklin’s brother and also a cousin of Dave’s. He in turn called another sister, Laurie Davis and her son Nick Davis who was at lacrosse practice. After dinner they all showed up at the Walmart parking lot for the second family reunion of the day. While we ...
... experiment in laissez-faire.
I had heard about Amsterdam and was expecting all aspects of it except for the plethora, the abundance, the sheer overwhelming numbers of bicycles to be found everywhere. It is incredible the number of bicycles there are in Amsterdam! The streets are virtually littered with them. According to my guide and the guidebooks, they number approximately 600,000. ...
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