Royal 7 Budget Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... beer and burger. I had stopped here on the way north and met some of the local pilots,- great people!
I was intent to get to Bozeman and unwind a bit with dear friends Pat and Jack, so I packed up the tent and gear early Thurs morning and took off for the easy trek thru the mountains past Helena to Bozeman. I climbed to 9500ft to take advantage of the quartering tailwinds. Showing 90 to 100 knots ground speed in my little light sport airplane is always a "grinner"!
... the planetarium, one about the Google Xprize for returning to the moon and the other about black holes. I also found a large dog park north of town and Seaman got some off-leash running and playtime. I ended the day at a campground on the east of edge of town where I need to troubleshoot my refrigerator. Seems to not want to cool much anymore and warm beer will not ...
... and prepare herself for home. She and Eric are no longer sleeping together, and her relationship with Sam has become wooden and rote.
One day she get to work and finds that the night shift has locked onto “Number Two”, an enemy commander. For days she picks up her shift tracking Number Two… but he never gets out of the car… he is trapped driving around in his car, not able to get out because then he can be identified and targeted. ...
... with Monday thru Friday, 9 to 5 jobs. One of the many benefits of working seasonally is the time off. Of course, the downfalls are moving every 4-6 months and having to fit all your belongings in a car (mine don't, so that was a big hassle). So, yesterday we finished up a few last minute errands, mainly buying groceries, and getting my bike ready too. Then we celebrated our trip by having a couple beers at The Cannery ...
... buffalo (really up close since we happened to be in bikes) cross the road.
Day 33: we were up before sunrise to explore the Tetons, amazing day for wildlife--we saw a moose (my first ever), pronghorn, a large family of elk, large bison herd, and our first GRIZZLY!! We saw the scary bear while hiking around Jenny lake to Hidden falls (we were much closer than the recommended distance).