Residence Inn Bozeman
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... We then departed Mammoth for the Roosevelt lodge. We took a wrong turn and ended up going South instead of East, which not only made for a longer route to orient our selves with the Park, but also challenged us to navigate many construction sites. Apparently Yellowstone is doing a lot of road work in preparation for next year when the National Park Service will be celebrating their 100th anniversary.
After an almost ...
... Tom and 4 children (Issac, Yuri, Asher, Ila) arrive after driving from Durango Colorado. Now the little house is getting filled up.
Dave and Nancy have rented a log home for the week so all their family can stay together. We loaded our car and off we both went to get them moved in. Look at the pictures of this place the scenery is spectacular. The reception will be in the barn next door on Saturday.
... this. Hopefully we can visit her more in the future. She is such a wonderful sister! Driving through Montana is beautiful scenery. Every direction you look there are mountains. We also enjoyed the beautiful golden fields that went on for acres and acres. Dad first thought it was wheat but now he thinks it might be barley. We stopped at a Montana State Park to pick up some literature. The area was ...
We slept in this morning, which meant Dave was awake by 7:30. Lea was next, and went out to enjoy reading her book on the lawn by the pool. Everyone else was a little slower, and by the time we headed over for the "continental breakfast", which wasn't much to begin with, there was little left besides dry cereal, some poor looking apples, and coffee and OJ. Dave snagged the last maple bar for Ann, and then ate the last chocolate ...
... t seem nearly as hard!
We rested at the top for a bit. The old Bozeman Trail had come over that pass, and the view was spectacular. Then came the downhill that the sign had cautioned drivers about – 7% down for 2 miles! It was lovely! Dave got into aero position and hit 51.5 mph! I got to 41.5 before my natural caution/good sense clicked in and I braked a bit. We cruised down to Norris, where we had ...