Best Western Yellowstone Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Room service
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... and bars. There is a pattern in the states we've visited - they have lots of bars and saloons! Must be the cold winters! A lot of buildings downtown were very historic having been built in the 1800's. It reminded me of the old westerns I used to watch on TV.
We drove to Bozeman and found a larger town/city and more of the same; stores, restaurants and bars. We found a place to do our usual 3 games of bowling. We read that when ...
... began the final steep section. Having already climbed ten miles on what should have been a six mile climb, we had to push our bikes up the final section which was frustrating. But we both agreed, this was no Lava Mountain - this was rideable stuff, we just didn't quite have the legs today. Where Fleecer does deserve its reputation, however, is on the descent. It is incredibly steep for about half a mile. We walked down and were glad we had, as we met someone at the bottom ...
Apparently everything that flows from the mountains of Montana is either a crick, a stream or a river. Not to be confused with a creek which us what old people do when they get up or a brook which is a girls name. Mostly everything here is just called a crick. lol
So Bob and Vicki took us on a tour of the Yellowstone River and the cricks that feed it. We stopped first at 'Natural Bridge' which ...
... br> home cooked, out of the box, dinners. We
were so out of it today, that not one of us took any pictures. We continue to
really enjoy each others company, it’s just that sleep depravation has taken
its toll, but with a good nights sleep things will be brighter in the morning.
Tomorrow we will be in the park with our campsite being almost central in the park on the northern edge of Yellowstone ...
... and a fireplace! We also have a nice big backyard with enough space for two hammock chairs and a neighbor alley cat that stops by sometimes (elbow). The best part is that we are only a few blocks from the campus and can walk downtown too.
It was quite the trip and summer!!! We're both excited for this new Montana adventure as well, and we have plenty of space for visitors....