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... them almost everyday. The town has lots of amazing art sculptures in front of shops and government offices. The main event in this town is Fly Fishing for Trout and every shop sells gear and hand made flies. A quiet and quaint little town.
... hawk! But it was still a pretty ride, and the sun shone from a clear blue sky.
We stopped back at the lodge for our morning break, and the staff were just getting ready to leave to spend the day at Yellowstone. They made sandwiches for us, and packed cookies, chips, and cokes which we packed on our bikes so that they could have the whole day free. (Even the staff need a day free once in a while!) Then they took off for ...
... to have a look on the grounds of our motel, well was I in for a surprise. As I turned the corner next to our room I was confronted with a young black bear. I'd been scouring the woods for three days with no luck and the bear came to visit me. Not sure who got the biggest surprise but the bear took off at a rate of knots and was last seen climbing the nearby woodpile. What will tomorrow ...
August 13, 2013 (Tuesday)
Overcast, 72 degrees at 11:00. Left Livingston, MT en route to Norris Hot Springs about one (1) hour away. Stopped at Albertsons for some groceries. Also found a coffee house and indulged, Cheryl found some stores and did some shopping!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Arrived at Norris Hot Springs and they are colsed on Tuesdays to ...
Day 2 – Fort Benton, MT to Lewis and Clark Caverns State Park
Distance Travelled: almost 4 hours
Wildlife Sightings: lots of deer; a moose in a creek, pelicans,
Road Kill: porqupine, raccoon, bird
Temperature: 35 C
Type of campsite: pull thru; electric only
We left just after 8 am this morning and breakfasted in the truck. The drive ...