Hilton Garden Inn Bozeman
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... Bozeman. Good atmosphere, and beers, plus we watched some of the NLDS baseball playoffs (St. Louis v. LA Dodgers). It's a wonderful place, plus, The Bacchus Pub was absolutely packed down the street. We kept forgetting it was Friday night!
Now we are headed west to visit another friend of ours in Spokane, Washington. Hopefully the trip goes smoothly, and safely. Until next time friends! Keep calm and adventure on!
... br> Had a 50 mile drive along the northern portion of Yellowstone. Saw a large herd of Bison 50 - 100 yards to our left and a few solitary ones to our right. Had to stop once to let one cross the road several cars in front of us. Drive was very scenic.
Exited the park at northern entrance at Gardiner, Montana. Just before we left the park saw two female elk grazing on manicured grass ...
... up a chat about how miraculous this is going to be, and how epic the journey was.
We are now proud residents of Canyon Village, YNP. The drive from Gardiner to Canyon felt infinite. I smell like barf and cigarettes. Getting sick on the bus was probably the most unfortunate experience i have had in awhile. As for the cigarettes, i tend to smoke excessively when anxious. I estimate i smoked about five cigarettes on the hour long drive. ...
... relaxing our neighbour came over to chat with us. She said we needed to take the Bozeman Pass into Yellowstone National Park West Entrance as it was a beautiful drive and it was a 'must' to see the Town of Ennis.
I didn't really want to back track in the morning, but the woman was convincing, so we made the decision to change our route as it didn't appear to be too far out of our way.
With new plans in order - we called it a ...
Our overnight was good! We got on the road by 9:00....I know not so early but we are retired! It was another beautiful day. But, today it was very windy and a constant climb up which makes driving for Jerry more difficult. We stopped maybe every hour so Jerry and Derrell could stretch and rest!
We did stop at Custer's last stand battlefield, a national park. It was ...