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Bryant was back to work today, so Keith and I decided to do a sightseeing trip to Butte, MT for the day. It was about two hours East of Missoula off of Interstate 90.
Butte was a large copper and ore mining ...
... wrinkled sheets at FASEB."
While most of the class -- who were all younger than me, new to the U.S., or both -- dutifully took notes, my dirty mind immediately went to: "Well, what if I want to get wrinkled sheets at FASEB?" I happened to look over and caught the eye of a young woman also trying to hide a smile. "Oh, I have to get to know this person," I thought to myself.
And so my friendship with Kathy began.
... today heading east across Oregon, Washington, Idaho panhandle, and into Montana as far as Missoula. We have joined Yogi Bear at Jelly Stone RV Park as our destination for the night. There are lots of kids here but the folks are friendly. We are happy to be on our way ...
... about bison ramming people we almost felt a little nervous to walk by him. No one else was around so we bravely waited until more people came to increase our odds a bit! There's safety in numbers right?
The North Rim Drive was beautiful and the short hike to see the Lower Falls was worth it. The 308ft falls sit at the head of the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone River. The yellow rocks you see in ...
What a day. We started by heading to Waterton Park for breakfast, about 40 minutes from where we stayed. On the way we saw Osprey (I think) in a huge nest on top of a power pole. The nest was almost as wide as the cross arms. Then on to Waterton, and when we got there its a park so you have to pay to get in, about $20. Nearly didn't. So glad we did. What an absolute gem of a village. Tourist focused of course, but so ...
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