Gallatin River Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... dedicated to challenging off-Broadway new productions. The complex had 4 performance venues, so we were in the lobby with folks awaiting 2 other productions. We had no idea what our chances were, At about 7:40, a fellow with a clipboard came by, and called one single wait-list person, and then another. By 7:55 we had just about given up hope, when along came Mr. Clipboard and called our names. We did realize it was going to cost us $95 US each, but it ...
... of daylight available and Yellowstone National Park beckoning, we headed for Mammoth Springs only 5 miles away. We spent a couple of hours exploring the upper and lower hot springs terraces to view active and dormant build up of travertine in different colours with clear steaming water cascading to pools below. Plenty of photo opportunities! Afterwards we ventured into ...
... ft to 5,800 ft. After walked forever we get to a sign that says, 1.25 miles to go, Really? We are already at the tree line and oxygen is all but gone. We forge on and then decide, wimps that we are, down we go. I will say the view was fantastic and we could see Walmart and almost pick out Carin and Clark's house with the long range camera.
On our way back we see the Lower Bridger School house and take this picture for Nancy. ...
... t seem nearly as hard!
We rested at the top for a bit. The old Bozeman Trail had come over that pass, and the view was spectacular. Then came the downhill that the sign had cautioned drivers about – 7% down for 2 miles! It was lovely! Dave got into aero position and hit 51.5 mph! I got to 41.5 before my natural caution/good sense clicked in and I braked a bit. We cruised down to Norris, where we had ...
... thinking a lot about what I’d like to see and do over our next ten months in Montana. I’ve created a bucket list of sorts, and have begun thinking about embracing this year in the same way we embraced our sabbatical year – visiting landmarks and museums, exploring trails and parks, and simply reveling in the experience of being in Bozeman. As we enjoyed meeting new people in Oaxaca, here we will enjoy spending time with ...