Hilton Garden Inn Bozeman
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... met at Old Faithful told us that there were rumors of road construction on Beartooth, but not to worry, it was all near Red Lodge and would have no effect on the ride.
We left Cody on WY-120E crossing into Montana where it became MT-72E. Judging by the scenery along these roads we knew we would be in for a special day. We turned west onto MT-308W and the scenery continued. I don't know how to explain the beauty of mountain after ...
... of the absolutely incredible lighting effects. The stark white sand stage became a constantly evolving projection screen for almost the entire play, with the Pilot moving briskly (through the heavy sand, though one never noticed her straining) from one side to the other or cover to corner as the narration progressed.
Fairly early on, the main premise of the plot is established, as she gets knocked up by Eric, a cowboy in the bar. There is some hesitation as ...
... and had a bunch of stuff for them, lots of food and stuff…she was thrilled, she said "really?!" Homer handed it to her along with the chair and she and her husband took it into their beat up camper they were probably living in, to dig thru this latest haul. We couldn't have found a more perfect place for it all.
Well, we landed 23 minutes ahead of schedule at Flint Bishop Airport and were out of there so quick i couldn't post ...
... wind that rustles my hair is a wind i will never forget.
Time is an illusion to me. Making sense of something that is so beyond your comprehension only fuels chaos. I had to say goodbye to sweet baby Michael and the Patron Saint outside of the tattoo shop. We had just enough time to look each other in the eyes and express the gratitude we felt for each others presence. I hugged Michael so tightly, and felt his warm cheek against mine one last time. ...
... quite cloudy. The silhouette was unmistakably owl-like, even to these old eyes.
I'll post the photos here, but still appreciate you checking out http://www.flickr.com/photos/ralphieboy o from time to time. Who knows? Perhaps we'll both see something new to us.
We may be home tomorrow, but we're both slowly adjusting to Montana. There's still a few spots to camp between here and Helena...heh, heh, heh.