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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... We also toured the Berkeley Pit that is over 1,700 feet deep full of acidic water from the underground mines. (One of man-made disasters.) From the top of the hill overlooking Butte you could also see Our Lady ...
... and snow likely), I decided that discretion (i.e., warmth) was the better part of valor, and stayed in Missoula an extra couple of days rather than attempt tent camping in freezing rain and snow.
It was no hardship, because Kathy and I hadn't seen each other in ages, and we had a lot to catch up on. She's just recently gotten a fabulous new job in Portland, so we spent a lot of time talking about moves, housing, office arrangements, bus ...
... br> He will show Gary how to drive it and I am supposed to learn too. We shall see about that.
So far we are enjoying ourselves. The dogs are not used to leash walking but they are getting the hang of it. Despite sleeping half the day away, I am tired so shall sign off. Hopefully I will have something more exciting to share tomorrow. Like maybe seeing a bear or ...
... It is a beautiful morning, a little warm, but comfortable. We find that in the same area as the Street Market there is a Celtic Festival going on. We buy a glass of beer, Highlander, and sit in the shade and watch some of the performances. We head back around 4pm, but stop and pick up some things we need for dinner. At the Farmer's Market Manuel bought some Alaskan Cod which he plans on making for dinner. When we get back to the trailer, ...
... are apparently how Yellowstone came by its name. You can see the falls and canyon from quite a few different points. On a return trip to Yellowstone we would like to try to take all the trails to see it from different vantage points.
We had our first encounter with a Bison blocking the road after leaving the falls and Aimee who was driving was just a tad nervous! As we slowly inched closer to him it ...