Holiday Inn Bozeman
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... her options, but eventually decides there is enough of a thing with Eric, that they marry and have a baby girl, Sam. She goes through a brief domestic stage enjoying the early months of motherhood, but soon gets anxious to return to “the blue”. There is a mimed interview with The Major where he assigns her to an “unarmed aerial vehicle” posting at a base near Las Vegas. She is horrified at the prospect of doing the “Chair ...
... He is the cutest, happiest little guy. Always smiling. As a personal chef Brooke will be the head cook for the week. Brooke has a cooking show on YouTube called "Saucy". Check it out. She is so good at the food thing. We will be treated to some great dishes all week.
Clark's parents, Doug and Diane Corey and sisters Hannah and Alyssa arrive from Vermont after a 12 hour safe trip. Next Sara and ...
... river and climbed up and down some rollers through dryland farmland, and eventually we spied signs of civilization - irrigated fields!. My uphill speed was nothing to brag about – and after such a good average earlier! Up ahead we could see what might be thunderheads forming. But we continued on and climbed the last long rise (2 miles), then generally coasted down into the outskirts of Bozeman. We stopped at a ...
... staff had grizzlies shirts on. Every play that they made the bar would go insane. I was hooting and hollering right along with them so we didn't look out of place. It worked. We both had the special. Full rack of ribs with slaw and spicy mashed potatoes. It's 7pm and I can't wait to get back to a normal time zone. I think lights out will be before 8 tonight. It could also be the fact that we are ...
... on their faces as we set off up the trail under a grey sky. Talking non-stop, we passed people coming down from their day hikes up to the basin, impressed that we were heading up for the night. Micah and Zola received plenty of encouragement. Less than a half a mile in, the sky began to spit on us just a little. We kept hiking. Then, the drizzle turned to light rain. We put on rain coats and decided to seek shelter in a patch of ...