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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 …
... finally happening. It really did not dawn on me that this trip was in full swing until just this morning.
The drive from Old Faithful to Bozeman was very nice. We took the long way and left through the North Entrance near Gardiner, Montana. We saw not only great scenery, but some great wildlife as well. Just before we exited the park we ended up spotting herds of American Bison, a gang of Elk which ...
... on the fourth! Fireworks are legal, available, and everyone shoots them off! Just down the road at a Big O Tire store, there was a group in the parking lot doing their own fireworks show, and it was quite impressive! But similar groups were all over town and, as it got later, we could see them every direction we looked. We walked down to what seemed to be an empty area that was used as a mountain bike track/trail, and people ...
... of the opportunity and people we have met. We speak of the drama and issues of the season. I pour my soul to him and breathe his intern. The concrete endlessly spans beneath our feet. Finally we reach the smoke shop. I help Cody pick out his goods. It feels nice to just ******** and laugh. As quickly as we arrived, we are gone. Walking has become something cathartic to me. I revel in the view of the surrounding mountains. I revel in the sound of my best friends ...
On our ride into Butte today we see the Tobacco Root Mountains just outside the city, we pass a rocky area and we see "Trophy Rock" and the Continental Divide - we are at 6323 feet (nose bleed time for us low country folk) !! Nick is doing a little "white knuckle driving going up these mountains and then oh no...down! But he did very well, and just as we started the decline, it started to drizzle and rain lightly. ...