Dude Rancher Lodge
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- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Microwave in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- High-speed internet in room
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... into our cabin “Trout Lake 128” (which is not on a lake, all these cabins have great names and are smashed together on half a city block)
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Day 1 in Yellowstone National Park
Drove in, got information and checked a few things out.
Toured a grizzly bear and wolf rescue
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Day 2 in ...
... with the cat,Houdini...the dog,Paris and the drop-in dog Hoby!! Thanks kids for stepping up and volunteering to be care givers yet again.. Eva will soon be off walking, climbing and getting into everything...she was trying to open the fridge door and has yet to turn 10 months. But
her sweet smile is sure to keep her in everyone's good books..
Also, so nice to see you again Penny Hanic and will ...
... and bought a corn dog at a fair which was on for 4th July. We'd arrived in town on the tail end of the big parade, and saw some of the floats and marching band, and some interesting vehicles. We chatted to a cowboy with a guitar who was waiting near the stage for his turn to perform. We didn't have time to wait to hear him, but he was nice and we ended up buying one of his DVDs for $5. I rang Chris from Cody, and had a ...
... a quick off the highway exit informed us it was 7 miles on a "rural gravel road"... we decided no... we have seen one buffalo jump and the thought of 7 miles on a "rural gravel road" and potentially to find the attraction closed wasn't encouraging to either of us. The Clark Fork snaked under us numerous times as did the Yellowstone River further east and we crossed a number of passes - patches of snow around but roads were ...
... national monument, a massive sandstone outcrop on the banks of the Yellowstone River. Clark of the Lewis and Clark expedition, named the pillar on July 25,1806 and engraved his name on the rock, which is the only physical evidence of their epic journey. Clark named the rock after Sacagawea's son, Jean Baptiste Charbonneau. Pomp means "Little Chief" in the Shoshoni language. Billings is the largest city in Montana, with a population of over 100,000. ...