Bozeman Backpacker Hotel / Hostel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... next Friday at Fairview, Montana, which is right on the border with North Dakota. Lord willing, we will have made it across Montana!
The women packed into the car and headed back to Ennis. It was fun for me (Ann) to see again the route I’d ridden yesterday – the hills looked bigger from the car than they had from the bike! In Ennis, we enjoyed the Lions Club BBQ – a great hamburger, chips, ...
... it is equally reciprocated. However, i do not expect reciprocation, i can't help but hope someone shakes me to the core.
Room Assignment, Grizzly Dorm Room 203. Being on the second floor will be cool. The rooms themselves are nothing special. Simply a vessel for me to fill with my personality. I relish in the thought of fully unpacking. Walking around here, you see many different types of people. The first things i have noticed about ...
... filming a documentary in San Francisco so gave me some tips about there whilst I traded some tips about South America - some of which based on my previous mistakes ;) Pretty relaxed night but really enjoyable before the real fun started... Very late that night, I saw a post on couchsurfing from a Swedish guy called Joaqim driving up to Yellowstone from Salt Lake City, where he would then need to drop off the car. Yellowstone was where I was going next and SLC was where I was going after ...
... springs....just a run down motel with the hot springs in a pool in the courtyard. Then onwards to Bozeman. Hit more rain but it soon passed and now that the weather is warmer we dried off quite quickly. Saw a squirrel run across the road in front of us and quite a lot of deer sightings today The entry into Bozeman was amazingly scenic and the old part of town was picturesque. Looks like a nice town. 1800kms since we left fort ...
After a tapas filled sleep-in we were up and out the door in pursuit of coffee and a bakery. Tim remembered a certain bakery near to Montana State University and a Coffee Shop in the same neighborhood, so while Uncle Pete slept, the Kiwi Heidmanns went off to Granny's Gourmet Donuts for a fresh baked start to the day. This is a charming and long-standing institution in the area and we picked out a dozen donuts and the kids each got to ice and sprinkle their ...