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After last night's freezing weather we decided to make our way towards Yellowstone and stay in a motel tonight. We found a good deal at the Bozeman inn, arriving mid afternoon. We asked about short hikes in the area and decided to do "The Big M" trail, a trail up a nearby hill to a giant M made out of stones painted white in tribute to the local …
... Bozeman, a beautiful day. Lots of riders going in both directions. I met up with a group from Vancouver Canada heading to Sturgis. They were staying in Bozeman too.
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Tomorrow is Yellowstone National Park, Bear Tooth Hwy and Red ...
... out what local restaurant is good.
Tomorrow we are heading to Lewis and Clark Caverns in the morning, and then heading over for a Saturday night in Great Falls, MT as we make our way even further north to Glacier National Park. The weather looks promising for the next few days, and hopefully the rain and cold weather is behind us.
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6108.0 miles total
4.532 gallons today
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... an ghostly relic of the past, and the station closed due to the damage of Hurricane Sandy. The station area is still the embarkation point for bus loads of tourists for the Statue of Liberty, but they access the loading barge from alongside the Station until it gets repaired. There is a peaceful riverside promenade about a kilometre long, this day occupied by only a handful of strollers and fishers despite the fine weather. From this promenade are dramatic views ...
... and restaurants. Very busy town! Temperature = 31 degrees at some point!
In Cooke City with a population of 7500, not a whole lot going on except the two gas stations are making $$$$$. Gas was $4 gal for regular and $4.30 for premium. So, if you ever take this drive, gas up in Red Lodge where the gas was $3.59 for regular!
After leaving Cooke City, we drove down the highway seeing again more spectacular scenery, and this took us right into Yellowstone National Park. ...