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Nice Room. Wish it had a Microwave & Refrigerator.
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Today was our last day in Cody, and our last day to visit Yellowstone Park. Since we didn't get to go yesterday, we did or best to see everything we could before we left. This time we decided to use the Northeast Entrance, which allowed us to ride the famous Beartooth Highway. All the motorcycle riders we met along the way told us that we must …
... across the northeast corner of Wyoming and into the enormous state of Montana. back to I90 a couple of hundred miles later, and to Billings. We had initially planned to stop for the night at Billings, but since it was only 5:30 pm we decided to push on another 140 miles to Bozeman, figuring that our chances of finding good food and lodging would be better in a college town and we could ...
... either), so you really make good time.
We saw a couple of random dinosaurs while we were driving and I took a picture of one for Mike since he still loves dinosaurs. A few miles later there was a sign for Egg Mountain, the largest fossil bed in the United States. It was pretty cool, so of course I had to take pictures! Beautiful state -- we stay in Bozeman Thursday night.
... we retreated northward the the area of the beautiful art nouveau Rockefeller Center complex, and Fifth Avenue chic and largesse. Wed finally had enough, after probably close to 15 kilometers of walking, so hopped a bus to the Metropolitan Art Museum. Pat and I like to split up in these big places… she went to the medieval, classics and sculpture sections while I went to the photography, musical instruments and and American art sections. Probably the ...
... Just one night, but it was Micah and Zola’s first, true backpacking trip. We drove down to Big Sky on Friday afternoon and set out up the two and a half mile hike up to Beehive Basin around 2:30 p.m. Micah and Zola each carried packs with their sleeping bags and some of their clothing. I carried everything else we needed for one night out. I didn’t go overboard; my pack was relatively light.
Micah and Zola had ...