Canyon Cabins Lodging
- High-speed internet in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Refrigerator in room
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... on to Chicago) and I (Steve) stayed behind to pack up the house and drive to Minnesota. Micah and Zola got to spend some quality time with grandparents, cousins, aunt and uncle in Minnesota. I got to spend quality time with my sister, Carolyn, my brother-in-law, Ben, and my niece, Maizy, who were visiting Bozeman. All good.
I departed Bozeman in the late afternoon of Sunday, July 30, and began driving east. At 11:30pm, my eyelids were getting heavy, so I ...
... He is staying with his ex girlfriend who is from Essex. I told him, in my most sarcastic tone, that I was well jel!
Anyway...have added some pics I forgot to add yesterday. And I'm REALLY looking forward to my trip to Cody, Wyoming later, for the annual 4th of July rodeo. I have front row tickets! Imagine letting me within touching distance of real cowboys?!! reports to follow...probably from the local jail house!
... breath taking. Crystal blue lakes between Montana's tallest snow covered peaks. A drive on this highway should be on your bucket list...
My pictures do not do it justice. Also we had to go threw a small forest fire on our way in. So glad the road was open because it had been closed two days before because of the ...
... they absolutely loved it. The outfit we went with was extremely safety conscious and the entire experience was great. Anna Kathryn had saved some money for a special treat/activity, and she wants to zip line again before we leave.
Fortunately, they don't have weight limits for white water rafting. Apparently you can't be too fat to go crashing over rocks and logs in a raging river so I was able ...
... and sought help.
I emailed my local Goldwing club member back in Georgia. He sent back alternate routes to my next destination. I talked to the "Housman of the hotel." His name is Don. He was cool. He rode a Harley and he gave good advice. I was in a valley. The wind was quieter here in Gallatin Valley. When I crossed through the mountain range the Titan could not reach us here. Don ...