Gallatin River Lodge
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... the larder in the car.
Today was a rider rest day. The women planned to drive back to Ennis and Virginia City for the 4th of July festivities there during the day. Dave decided he didn’t want to deal with the heat and the crowds, and he stayed at the motel. He did some planning for next year’s route, which affects exactly when and where we end this year. Tentatively, we’re going to shoot ...
... mountains, i feel my cares completely evacuate my body. I am anyone i want to be. No one will ever know any different. What does this mean for a person like myself? Should i go into this with utter honesty, something completely foreign to me? Or should i wear the facade that i wear so well? I remember the night at Lake Erie, and i realized something. I can only feel alive if i allow myself the opportunity. I think i am going to bare it all, in ...
... would be perfect if I could meet up with him (for those that don't know Couchsurfing can also be used to do rideshares and arrange activities with other travellers which helps greatly out here in the states!) The problem was I only had a day to try and hitchhike the entire length of Montana (BIGGGGG) to try and meet him in time! I would say I set off early, but the Leeds match was on TV so tried watching that! Failed with the stream and ended up leaving at half time - didn't seem to ...
... I would gladly spend additional time, and hit the road for Bozeman. We arrived in Bozeman to what I typically call an "interstate exit" or to those fellow Cincinnatians, "Fields Ertel". After hesitating a bit and contemplating moving on, we hit the information kiosk and determined to find the best of Bozeman. We made our way downtown to Main Street where there was a Gus Macker ...
... folks who will be renting it for the year.
Our initial plan was to button up the house together and drive, as a family, to Minnesota to begin our adventure. When Leah got word that she had been awarded the “Best Article Prize” by the Rural Sociological Society and their flagship journal Rural Sociology, we decided she should accept the prize in person in Chicago at the end of July. So, Leah flew, with Micah and Zola, to the Twin Cities (and ...