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We made our way next, west to the small town of Bozeman. The city is named after John M. Bozeman who established the Bozeman Trail and was a key founder of the town in August 1864. The Bozeman Trail was an overland route connecting the gold rush territory of Montana to the Oregon Trail. Bozeman is a college town, home to Montana State University with 15,000 students during the school year. The Main Street is filled with restaurants, shops and art ...
... My pass expired tomorrow.) Pompeys Pillar was named by William Clark ( of Lewis & Clark fame) after Sacagawea's son, the youngest member of the Lewis & Clark Expedition. It is a yellowish , tall , massive sandstone rock that sits as a sentinel over a portion of the Yellowstone River. Clark said it was referred to by the local Crow nation as the. "Mountain Lion Rock." Past the tipi demonstrations and the VC museum is ...
... loaded up and got on the road for Livingston, Mt. which is about 40 miles north of the north entrance to Yellowstone.
The drive is all on Hwy 89 that goes to quite a varietyof topography. We started out driving through the Blackfeet Reservation where the road is up and down and twist and
turns. To add to the challenge, they apparently have open range policy so the sides of the road were populated with ...
... and 5. You can fit a car anywhere in a parking lot even right near the entrance, in an RV expect to be walking a mile from where the RV will fit in. Enjoying our newly rented car we did the whole 192 mile circuit around the park. More geysers, hot springs, waterfalls, meadows and plenty of buffalo. The exciting news is that we saw our first bear! He/she was making their way across the side of a mountain 100ft away while we watched safely from the road. Digging up ...
... there. Campground kids have to become quick friends and not get too close. That's easy for Andrew. He learns no ones name anyway. This Andrew fascination continued in the pool. Ana particularly enjoyed the pool, the splashing and bubbles. She laughed and laughed. After 400 miles a pool is even more refreshing. All the while we did chores: set up the tent, laundry, make brats. As night fell the fireworks started. We ate bratwurst to the sounds of pops and buzzing while ...
Other places to stay in Livingston
111 Rogers Lane, Livingston | 1 star motelfrom $99
105 Centennial Drive, Livingston | 1 star motelfrom $74
1124 West Park, Livingston | 1 star motelfrom $68
814 E. Park Street, Livingston | 2 star motelfrom $52