BEST WESTERN PLUS GranTree Inn
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Awesome little town and the bottom of the mountains.
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Wallace was an interesting town. It was once a mining town, and now is a destination for 4-wheeling. I hit the road this morning around 8:30 Pacific Time and moved into Mountain Time. Today was a highway day to get to Bozeman MT. I-90 through this stretch of America is a great bike road, long sweeping curves up and down mountains at 70mph. Truck …
... with the school on the fringe and the town having a long Main Street with 4-5 story primarily brick buildings. Looks like there's a lot of money here with hunting and fishing a big draw. Unless something exciting to report I will continue the blog in a couple of days after we leave here. Hope this finds you all hale and ...
... not erupted for some time. It was still really cool to see the different colours of the thermal spring pools and see the water bubbling away. We got back in the car and headed towards our first main destination of the day: Old Faithful Geyser. Old Faithful is the most predictable geyser in Yellowstone park; it erupts around every 90 or so minutes. We were lucky enough to get there only around 30 minutes before and eruption and so we didn't have to wait long. While you ...
... the roads, so we ended up walking our bikes. I’m sure you can picture these two senior citizens walking their bikes through the crowds and traffic on Fifth Avenue, past Saks and Macys and Tiffanys, dodging the matrons as they were exiting their limos. Lots of fun!
The East River side was not as pretty as the Hudson River side until we approached and rode under the Manhattan and Brooklyn Bridges which are so spectacularly iconic of NYC.
By the time ...
... to watch the “big show” at the fairgrounds. We sat on concrete bench, and watched fireworks going off in every direction we looked – and these weren’t the puny type that you see in Washington where “safe and sane” is the rule! These were impressive, mini-versions of what the big boys set off! Some went 50-100 feet up and had multi-color starbursts! We haven’t seen fireworks like ...