BEST WESTERN PLUS GranTree Inn
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Awesome little town and the bottom of the mountains.
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... those that have been on our many adventures, you will see mountains for sure. We pass the Yellowstone River and have crossed it several times today. Temperature is 76. The area we are passing has miles of burned out trees.
We have now reached Bozeman and Sunrise Campground. We're at 4,080 ft. After setting up home for the next week we head over to see the Larson clan. More tomorrow.
... 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 ...
I woke up this morning in the same bed as The Patron Saint. Cody and Michael were awake too, and already conversing. I knew today was the day i had been dreading. Zachariah was scheduled to receive his tattoo around noon. We all took the time to pack our things, and make ourselves presentable. Putting on my sweats, i knew i was destined for comfort on the bus. It was a very chilly and grey afternoon. The owner of the motel informed us she would store our bags in ...
... we all slept well. First thing in the morning, under a soon-to-be sunny sky, I boiled some water for hot chocolate and made oatmeal with raisins and brown sugar. Our camp packed up, we headed down the mountain, singing songs, talking, and stopping every now and again to read another chapter of the kids’ book. It was smooth sailing all the way to the parking lot. As we neared our car, Micah and Zola asked when we’d get to ...
... the distance in their presentation. Not just maps for them. Here was a walking museum outside with about 15 buildings filled with period items that were assembled on this spot...kind of a little Old Sturbridge Village in Western Massachusetts that all of us school kids had to go to on field trips.
We continue our journey through Billings, which we find to be very industrial and not that big. There are also snowcapped ...