La Quinta Inn & Suites Bozeman
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... 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 ...
... more than before. It is strange to think of their lives so far away now. The feelings i have been having might drive a normal person crazy, but i figure indulging in them will only unlock everything. We arrived in Gardiner just around nine a.m., and as i am walking into the location assignment area, i see Ashley's smiling face. She is accompanied by her boyfriend Ian, and they are both eagerly awaiting placements. I stand behind them and ...
Slept in and met down for breakfast at around 9 to discuss potential route for the day. Have now broken the back of the distance required to make the journey so pressure off to cover long distances. Today we are in search of special places and scenic drives. Called in at the Great Falls Big Sky Harley shop on our way out of town. Sim bought herself a new helmet and the Gypsy finally purchased the leather jacket she had ...
... 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 ...
... out and across the street to Montana Aleworks. It is a fine restaurant that carries many fine beers, cooks some fine food and is quite a find when you realise it is only 300 feet from your front door. We had a tasty feed, all hung out and relaxed together and then we walked 5 minutes home again. Uncle Pete and Tim went out a little later for some brotherly pool and foosball competition and the fact that Tim won the games, capped off an adventurous and action-packed day in ...