Travel Blogs from Bozeman
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!
Originally we were going to go back through Yellowstone for a final run, before moving north in Montana, but with all of our bad luck yesterday, we decided maybe it was time to just move on. So from West Yellowstone, we headed directly north, to Bozeman, MT. Upon arrival, we found a very crunchy lunch spot, right across the street from the Museum …
I got up early today (Yellowstone still), and met the mechanic at 8:00 a.m. Long story short: the squeal/hum is the fuel pump (which is located inside the gas tank these days) and the smell is still undiagnosed. They cant find anything that is leaking and the brakes are fine too. The fuel pump can function for days or years they said. So, we move …
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We loved this area. It was a very winding road but followed the Gallatin River. Absolutely gorgeous country. On our way to Mt. Rushmore Memorial in South Dakota. We were in so many states in one day, I got confused several times as to where we ...
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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