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... and Michelle on some flight from New York via a side trip to Glacier National Park.
The flight to Bozeman with the kids was a breeze. Alaska Airlines even checked in all but one of our bags for free...what a treat not to have to lug 3 bags around airports while corralling two kids who never seem to be going in the ...
... 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 ...
... 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 ...
... missing trees. We have seen deer, cows, horses, a hawk, and a buffalo farm with about 20 or so grazing and laying in the grass. Not all that exciting, and the road kill has just about dried up. We have seen 2 nice size deer that didn't make it across the road, but they just don't fit in the freezer no matter how hard I push!
We pass the site of Little Big Horn's Battle (a National Monument) and today of all days they ...
... out and across the street to Montana Aleworks. It is a fine restaurant that carries many fine beers, cooks some fine food and is quite a find when you realise it is only 300 feet from your front door. We had a tasty feed, all hung out and relaxed together and then we walked 5 minutes home again. Uncle Pete and Tim went out a little later for some brotherly pool and foosball competition and the fact that Tim won the games, capped off an adventurous and action-packed day in ...