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After two awesome days in Yellowstone, we didn't really think that there could be anything to top our experiences. Then, we went to Yellowstone Falls. Before catching even a glimpse of the falls, we hiked down a trail that brought us directly to the brink of the lower (and bigger) falls. The trail ends at a railing that seems to hang …
I got high today. I mean I got really really high. More on that later. We left Bozeman, around 7:30 and headed right over to Yellowstone national park. Cool 8 degrees. 10 minutes into the park we see a couple buffalo just grazing 20 feet from the side of the road. These suckers are Large. Very large. Every so often in the park you could smell a …
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Downtown Billings was busy and had lots of restaurants. We tried two of them – both very good! We found a nice department type store that we enjoyed called Lou Taubert. We have enjoyed walking along the streets of the towns we’ve visited. Each place seems to be trying to revitalize the areas!
Hard to believe we've been at this traveling thing for one month! What fun!!!
... which is a cowboy camp dinner with host Happy Pappy who welcomes you in true Western Hospitality - after he held up our coach on the way in. It did drizzle with rain most of the time, so we couldn't sit around the camp fire after dinner and have the traditional sing song - but he is a true character. ...
... br> Roger is known for his unique, sculpted, original 3 dimensional, "fine art leather pictures. "Utilizing the natural hues of leather, specialized dyes, along with the colorful blues of turquoise, there is a continuous flow between tradition and innovation, creating constant interest in his fine art leather work."
Before we knew it it was time to move on to another city. Bozeman is our next stop.