Western Heritage Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... HUGE male who has been named "Touchdown" by those living nearby. And to top it all off, just off the side of the road we spotted a great big black bear! Now, after seeing all the wildlife on our way out (especially the bear) we had immediately thought "Where the heck were all you guys on our tours this season!?!".
After our little safari, getting to Bozeman was a breeze. Since the speed limit ...
... to watch the “big show” at the fairgrounds. We sat on concrete bench, and watched fireworks going off in every direction we looked – and these weren’t the puny type that you see in Washington where “safe and sane” is the rule! These were impressive, mini-versions of what the big boys set off! Some went 50-100 feet up and had multi-color starbursts! We haven’t seen fireworks like ...
... wind that rustles my hair is a wind i will never forget.
Time is an illusion to me. Making sense of something that is so beyond your comprehension only fuels chaos. I had to say goodbye to sweet baby Michael and the Patron Saint outside of the tattoo shop. We had just enough time to look each other in the eyes and express the gratitude we felt for each others presence. I hugged Michael so tightly, and felt his warm cheek against mine one last time. ...
... give it all more serious consideration, and then called her a few days later to say that, yes, we would like to take her. In those three days, the kids had done some brainstorming about names. Their top choice – “Rocky”. We went with it.
I feel like a new parent. We all love having Rocky as the newest member of our family.
For quite some time, visiting the Lewis and Clark Caverns has ...
... Chris and I also took a field-trip out of Bozeman into the nearby town of Livingston in search of some classic Wild West culture. But surely you’re getting tired of my blabber by now, so I’ll leave this description to Chris (from another email) :)
"After visiting the more suburban Bozeman SLAM (Support Local Artists and Musicians) event, which was mostly local bands, jewelery makers, artists and food stalls, we went to Livingston just ...