Hampton Inn Bozeman
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... with Monday thru Friday, 9 to 5 jobs. One of the many benefits of working seasonally is the time off. Of course, the downfalls are moving every 4-6 months and having to fit all your belongings in a car (mine don't, so that was a big hassle). So, yesterday we finished up a few last minute errands, mainly buying groceries, and getting my bike ready too. Then we celebrated our trip by having a couple beers at The Cannery ...
... great pictures of the scenery and snow which was above or below us or at eye level depending on our elevation on the highway. In addition to the peaks there are a number of alpine lakes. We felt like we were on top of the Alps. Could see a number of 11,000 plus peaks in the Beartooth Range in southern Montana. Western section of the highway is at lower elevation and features pine forests and meadows. ...
... i approached gave me that uplifting feeling again. Lower Falls has a viewing deck, where you can literally feel the mist of the waterfall splashing onto you. And when you look down, you are faced with a vast canyon expanding into the distance. I almost wanted to cry from the sheer beauty of this wilderness. I know that after seeing so much beauty and fueling the fire, i will have an affinity with this place for the duration of my life.
... So this was the first time I'd done any proper hitch hiking since my little incident last year with the dude from Paraguay who tried to molest me (blog here - http://blog.travelpod.com/travel-blog-e ntries/doove/2/1347881351/tpod.html ) so was a little apprehensive. Had stocked up my iPod ready for hours of standing by a road being demotivated, and must've listened to the new Modern Life Is War album about 10 times during the course of the day to try and get myself through! Btw, ...
... than before, having to negotiate our way over or round fallen trees, over larger boulders, on trails with deep crevasses through them, that if we had turned slightly wrong, we would have rolled! Mark made sure to lead the way, so by the end of the day, we were absolutely covered in dust, while he looked as fresh as when we started!
There were some hairy scary trails, at times Teri & I refused to ride some sections, so Mark & ...