BEST WESTERN PLUS GranTree Inn
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Awesome little town and the bottom of the mountains.
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Really fun 105 mile ride today. We're getting deeper into big sky country and I'm digging all the views. On today's ride we saw a mamma moose with her baby, an antelope and some deer. I also got to talk with this real old boy about hunting, fishing and the way things were when the mountains weren't so dam tall as he said it. Don was a good man with lots of adventures in his life. Short blog but its been a long ...
... and set up camp.
While filtering water from the nearby pond, a brown trout swam nearby. We all watched for minutes. Then we set down for dinner, rice and bean jambalaya followed by hot chocolate. After cleaning up, brushing teeth, and hanging our food, we went for a pre-bedtime stroll up a nearby knoll. Then we snuggled into our sleeping bags and read some more by headlamp before closing our eyes.
It was a chilly ...