La Quinta Inn & Suites Belgrade / Bozeman Airport
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... climb through Moose Park (a plateau at 7800ft) on the scenic byway that we followed yesterday afternoon. Despite the cold start you couldn't help but notice how beautiful this place is - stunning panoramas in every direction. From Moose Park it was a glorious 4 mile descent on pavement to Elkhorn Hot Springs. Initially these looked a little disappointing - we were hoping for natural hot pools rather than a swimming pool - but as soon as you were in the 95 degree ...
... days. We chose a pizza place in Belgrade. The food was alright, but you can't beat a free meal! We will update you later on whether we actually get paid for it. After dinner we kept driving towards glacier. It was precipitating and we had the pleasure of witnessing the rain change to sleet, then to snow and back again as we went up and down a mountain. ...
We had a long drive from Kalispell to Belgrade. But we saw a lot.... especially that the most part of the land is flat with some hills and the rocky mountains through the middle of the state.
The continental divine was a nice surprise after everything else looked kind a like the same. Also the sun with the blue sky was to see. But one thing you can say ...
... to meet us at the first take-out in case we had, by that point, had enough floating.
We had a great time in the slow, shallow but still fairly powerful river. There were floaters and fishermen all around us in a variety of floating apparatuses, with group numbers between 2 and 10, all enjoying the Sunday afternoon activity of 'floating'. Partway down the river, the kids decided to tie themselves together and paddle ahead, while roped together and then Tim and Pete ...
I got up early and wandered around Mammoth, communing with the elk on the lawns and in the hills. Got some coffee for us and we had just started drinking it when Mark said the bugling outside sounded really close. I went out to check and indeed there was a bull elk right by the cabins. He was happily munching the lawn. Rangers and security personnel came to make sure no one got too close and eventually a ranger herded the guy away.