Days Inn Bozeman
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- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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Travel Blogs from Bozeman
... was beautiful, the sky so very blue, and we saw snow along the way. The highest point is 10,947 feet above sea level. I took a picture of a lady standing near the elevation sign. It's a little blurry, but it really is the elevation sign! On this drive, you start in Montana, wander through Wyoming, and then, back into Montana.
Passed through a cute little town called Red Lodge. Population 2000 and it must be near a ski area since there was a ski apparel shop, zumba studio, ...
... the Lamar Valley--saw our 2nd grizzly bear in a week (alot closer to the car this time), hiked to upper and lower falls in the canyon area of the park.
Day 39-40:Kurt on a 101 mile bike ride, we did some hiking, and went swimming where the Boiling River meets the Gardner River--such an interesting place! I've never seen or touched a river that was hot!
Day 41-42: Bozeman, Montanna
... of Leah’s former students, Oneida, was just what we were hoping for when we first began talking about how we could help the kids retain Spanish once we returned home to Bozeman. Shy about speaking Spanish at first, Micah and Zola jumped right back into it once Leah and I left. Oneida said they spoke only Spanish while we were gone, and she was impressed by how well they spoke. Our plan is to make an evening out each week part of ...
The days that have been leading up to today have been the best of days. I said goodbye to my parents four days ago. They keep reminding me of how weird it is going to be now that i am now gone. The decision to take a Greyhound to Montana probably was not the best one, but it was the cheapest one. The first night was not so bad, but after getting sick in Minneapolis i am paying for it now. I have barely slept in days, but somehow the natural high i ...
... We quickly got into the groove by seeing all the descriptions and decorations that adorned the cages - clearly the result of hard work, creativity and pride from the 4H/FFA kids. I was soon "gettin all FFA'd up" by speaking with the kids and watching how they were handling and caring for their livestock in preparation for the auction, which was just hours away. It was a continuous mix of them literally saying their last goodbyes and spending the ...