Fairfield Inn Bozeman
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... and restaurants. Very busy town! Temperature = 31 degrees at some point!
In Cooke City with a population of 7500, not a whole lot going on except the two gas stations are making $$$$$. Gas was $4 gal for regular and $4.30 for premium. So, if you ever take this drive, gas up in Red Lodge where the gas was $3.59 for regular!
After leaving Cooke City, we drove down the highway seeing again more spectacular scenery, and this took us right into Yellowstone National Park. ...
We came to Bozeman for a day and stayed a week. What a great town. It's young (median age is 27 years), great size with a population of 40,000, fabulous mountain scenery and loads of quality of life offerings. If you are an outdoor enthusiast, this place is Nirvana! With the Rockies framing the city, one can go hiking, white water ...
... winds through the snaking roads, climbing higher, and higher in elevation.
"The elevation might be a bit hard to get used to at first, it may take you a few weeks to fully adjust." the shuttle driver says to me matter-of-factly. I thank him for the heads up. Canyon Village has an elevation of 7,734 feet. I am slightly intimidated, however i can easily handle this. I just hope it doesn't get in the way of my smoking. As we climb higher ...
'There is no public transport to or within Yellowstone National Park'... Ok yeh, that's a great idea considering the millions of visitors it gets a year - apparently during peak season, when I went, it gets approximately 30000 visitors a day. So why is it that ******* hard to run a bus to it?! Unless of course you are a Chinese tourist probably visiting for 2 hours then flying off to the next destination for thousands of dollars! I knew this was going to be one of the toughest parts of ...
... this road, as it was closed due to winter snow.
It was at this point I noticed the front tyre on the passenger side had a large bulge in it, (hence the wobbly wheel) but Mike could not get the spare tyre off, the key would not open the lock. We continued on, hoping we could get back to St Mary's, so took it easy, as we were not keen on having a tyre blow on these roads. Later, in the heat of the day, we heard a loud bang and the car ...