MountainView Lodge & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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Bozeman, Montana is wonderful. Richard has been fly fishing.....something he's wanted to do for a long time. He's fishing with an outfit that he goes to the Bahamas with. The Bozeman, Montana shop makes the arrangements for the fly fishing trip, and gather a small group from across the country to go. Richard's been fishing with them for ...
... and Michelle on some flight from New York via a side trip to Glacier National Park.
The flight to Bozeman with the kids was a breeze. Alaska Airlines even checked in all but one of our bags for free...what a treat not to have to lug 3 bags around airports while corralling two kids who never seem to be going in the ...
... want new retail atrium entranceway to One World Trade Center. Through the atrium we came to the plaza where the twin towers once stood. There are now two big rectangular fountains… really pits where the water runs unseen into the depths of what were the foundations. The plaza was swarming with tourists, many of whom were heading for the memorial museum. We felt a bit outraged when we saw that the fee was $24 for the museum, so we chose to give it a ...
Today we were up early and the first thing we see is the sunrise. Many praise songs cross my mind as we witness one of His many creations. "Morning has broken, like the first morning. . ." and "As morning dawns and evening fades, You inspire songs of praise, that rise from earth to touch your heart, and glorifies your name. . ." That's what creation moments do for me.
We are the first ...
... town, built in 1863, and many of the buildings date from that time. It was known for the Vigilantes, who enforced their version of the law by hanging “road agents” (highwaymen) until Montana became a territory in 1864. We spent a fun hour walking around and looking at all the shops/businesses with the interiors set up as they had been in the town’s heyday. Then we bought some homemade ice cream and headed ...