Holiday Inn Bozeman
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As we entered Idaho, we had breakfast in Twin Falls. It was a bustling town, with an incredible rocky gorge near the edge of town the bottom of which was the Snake River. How fun it was to be reacquainted with the amazing Snake River, where we had seen white water rafters near Jackson, WY! We actually traveled along the Snake River again today all …
... for the Mountain Oyster Festival. I thought they were kidding but sure enough, there were billboards advertising the festival which started today. The actual name of the festival is different from what I just said. I have pictures so you can read the actual name. Funny!!!!:-) I did stop in for lunch and there was a couple of ladies there interested in trying some mountain oysters... but they did not ...
... we got to Mammoth Hot Springs at the North Entrance, it was getting close to 5:00 and we were getting tired. Besides, there were a few shower sprinkles around, and the sky was beginning to darken. So we stopped at the North Entrance Visitors Center just as the rain was beginning and went inside to put on our rainsuits. The trip out the North Entrance was just as beautiful as each of the other entrances we visited. They are all different, and ...
... dedicated to challenging off-Broadway new productions. The complex had 4 performance venues, so we were in the lobby with folks awaiting 2 other productions. We had no idea what our chances were, At about 7:40, a fellow with a clipboard came by, and called one single wait-list person, and then another. By 7:55 we had just about given up hope, when along came Mr. Clipboard and called our names. We did realize it was going to cost us $95 US each, but it ...
... closer and a few elk turned into an entire herd! They were all feeding in and around the building's manicured grass. I don't think they ever need to use a lawnmower! Now we're in Bozeman, Montana for the night! Stopped in Livingston, MT for some dinner before we got here, and then downtown Bozeman for an Irish coffee to finish the night. Tomorrow we begin a two-day trek to Seattle, hopefully avoiding an incoming rain ...