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- Pets allowed
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... Bozeman, Butte and into Missoula. The drive from Gardiner followed the picturesque Yellowstone River, and it was hard to believe the scenery could get better--but it did. The drive west on I-90 is spectacular. Talk about wide open spaces! I now understand why Montana is called the Big Sky Country. After a 5 hour drive which was the easiest leg on our trip, due to the straight interstate and spectacular scenery, we landed in a small RV park in Missoula, MT (setting ...
... going out to Targee for a lift up to the top of the mountain, where Mary Pat & I enjoyed the beautiful array of alpine flowers while M J walked, slid, and ran down one of the slopes, all topped off with a great dinner at the lodge. No wait/////there's more. On the way home, we stopped and had ...
... campground (about 40 minutes away), we took a ride through the National Bison Range in Dixon. It's a 19 mile ride through the range and of course, nothing but Bison. That's one thing we've seen plenty of, but I don't get tired seeing these amazing animals. It's just all part of the ambiance of being here.
Also passed along Flathead River. The water was such a beautiful blue/green color and crystal clear and warm. The tint of green in the water ...
... over to relieve him. Being in the thick of the mountains, there were sharp turns, narrow lanes and lengthy ups and downs. This is an area with signs marking “chain up” areas and runaway truck ramps. Things got scary when we’d look up and see yellow warning signs flashing to slow to 45 for curves ahead, yet the camper and truck didn’t seem to slow. Dad and Brian were white knuckled, and Dad’s foot nearly through the ...
... br> as many ways as possible.
our off time, we will be exploring the markets of Kathmandu, visiting
the neighboring village of Pokhara (noted for senic views and
paragliding), visiting the suburbs of Kathmandu filled with temples
and tourist attractions. We hope to bungee jump and learn a little
Nepali and can't wait to share stories/images/thoughts on our travels
biggest goal is to learn and change from ...