Grassy Mountain Lodge

Address: Skunk Creek Rd, Bozeman, Montana, 59715, United States | Lodge
 
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This lodge is located on Skunk Creek Rd, Bozeman.
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Travel Blogs from Bozeman

Montana

A travel blog entry by joogarro on Jul 03, 2015

43 photos

... was the same, but in one area they had completely torn up the highway and we were driving on gravel. It was pretty random, and there wasn't a lot of equipment close by to show they were actually working on the road. Other than that spot, driving through the state was great. Wide open roads, the speed limit is 80 on the Interstate and 75 on other highways. There's no traffic (not ...

New Yawk!

A travel blog entry by billnpat on May 19, 2015

25 photos

... undershirt as she moves from the base to home and to bed with her husband). The san poured silently for perhaps 30 full seconds. As the sand stopped, she turned to us and immediately asserted herself in full character as she commenced the narration, which continued non-stop for the next 90 minutes (there was no intermission). At this point I also became aware that the upstage wall was a full mirror, angled about 20 degrees downward, so that most of the ...

Preparing to fly out & landing

A travel blog entry by timahawk on Sep 27, 2014

1 comment, 1 photo

... punks.



Addendum:

Back in Bozeman MT, just before our flight…..they had ANOTHER parade for us as we drove thru, no kidding a different town, different day…this time we drove behind the horses cleanup crew at the end… We had our usual big plastic tub full of camping supplies (extra food, ziplock bags, bear spray, one camp chair), we couldn't take with us, so as on other trips we wanted to find ...

Madness

A travel blog entry by iam_thegypsy on Oct 10, 2013

... Saint sat for his tattoo, Cody and I decided to walk to the Grateful Shed. It was a stoner shop on the outskirts of downtown. Being alone with Cody was the prime opportunity to reflect on the Yellowstone experience. I knew he would be with me to the end, and it was a beautiful and painful feeling. Cody and I have become so close in such a short time. His understanding and capacity are astounding for his age. We speak of all the amazing times spent in our ...

Home again ... for another ten months.

A travel blog entry by srbruner on Aug 25, 2013

22 photos

... and set up camp.

While filtering water from the nearby pond, a brown trout swam nearby. We all watched for minutes. Then we set down for dinner, rice and bean jambalaya followed by hot chocolate. After cleaning up, brushing teeth, and hanging our food, we went for a pre-bedtime stroll up a nearby knoll. Then we snuggled into our sleeping bags and read some more by headlamp before closing our eyes.

It was a chilly ...