Royal 7 Budget Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Today starts the activities to celebrate the wedding of Carin Larson and Clark Corey. We went to their house at 9:45 and just chatted under a blue sky sunny morning. Brooke, Carin's sister from California, who is a personal chef, started making a taco lunch that you would drool over. You can see the pictures of the spread. While Sara, Carin's and Brooke's other sister will be here with their family about 1:00, ...
Yesterday, I made a schedule.
With the entire summer stretched out before us, I know I am going to need some sort of structure, or we will go all Jack Torrance up on this mountain.
So far we have:
Sunday Family Game Nights – with take-out (yay!) We've been playing board games and teaching the boys a myriad of card games. It’s actually fun.
Monday "Adventure" Day. Monday’s we will pack up the backpacks, fill up ...
... found there was one hostel in Bozeman (the largest and quite frequently visited city and gateway to Yellowstone), so got dropped there, only to find the owner had actually sold it and it no longer existed - are you actually serious?!!! Ok, so a city with no accomodation for backpackers - cheers USA! Researched again and found there was a campsite 3 miles down the road in the middle of nowhere so Doug called them, but even they were fully booked :( Headed down that way anyway as ...
... is beautiful and reminds us both of Mesa Verde, CO.
Basically set in a valley with mountains surrounding the campground. We enjoyed a terrific campfire, roasted weenies and hit on the hooka, while enjoying a near full moon and alternative music. Got in a hike the following morning and then hit the road for Bozeman.
Bear Canyon Campground in Bozeman is tight and full of ...
Tuesday, May 15, and we were off even earlier than we had planned. We are now two time zones away from Eastern Standard Time and we haven't adjusted to that yet. We left Gillette, WY and traveled all day across Wyoming ending for the night in Bozeman, MT. At Buffalo, WY we turned north and crossed into Montana. Today we began to experience some changes in the terrain. While we are still seeing ...