Rodeway Inn Billings
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... every 7-9 minutes. So when we were halfway around the boardwalk and saw it go off, Paul and I walked back to this geyser to watch it up close. We could stand about 5 -10 feet away from it.
Old Faithful Inn - For lunch we ate at this beautiful restaurant! We had the lunch buffet, which included trout, bison chili, and bread pudding! This was so yummy. And eating it in the very cabin themed room was a bonus. When we were almost done ...
... he flopped over on us belly, and laid there for a bit. Mice have body language and his said "what the f*** just happened?" He crawled off into the grass like a furry little drunk. Not something you see every day.
Naturally a storm swept through late in the day, meaning that I had to learn how to use the wipers in the car. Why are they on the wrong side...? Everything is on the wrong side over here.
... that work there way up to the surface of the earth and flow out into bubbling mud pots, pools, rivers and streams. Further along there were a few deer hiding in the brush at the edge of the road ready to pounce on an unsuspecting motorcyclist. A quick blip of the throttle sent them back the other way. As we rode along the park we noticed hundreds of bison grazing off in the valley. We saw the bison in groups of 10-50 at least ...
... more on the path that were heading for their treks. Can I just say I think they are nuts? The climb doesn’t look as intimidating when you are at the base, but when you drive away you realize the Tower sits on a huge mound of rock. Those folks were w-a-y up there when they were climbing! I admire them, but don’t have any desire to try that (but apparently nearly 5,000 people each year do!).
Walking around the ...
... on the beacon because the ski area can have a lot of fresh power, also called "cold smoke," even when it's not snowing in Bozeman.
One of the chair lifts was named after a miner who died in an avalanche in 1885. To ride this particular lift, skiers must carry an avalanche transceiver. Partners and shovels are highly recommended. I'll pass ...
Next stop ... Helena, the capital of Montana