Lewis and Clark Motel
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... for the night.
The next morning was our last in Montana as the kids and I planned on flying to Portland, Juan to SFO and Michelle back to NYC. Michelle went directly to the airport as she had to return the car and had an earlyish flight. As for the rest of us, we were very luck because Mary was willing to take us to downtown Bozeman and then pick us up and take us to the airport. It also so ...
... her options, but eventually decides there is enough of a thing with Eric, that they marry and have a baby girl, Sam. She goes through a brief domestic stage enjoying the early months of motherhood, but soon gets anxious to return to “the blue”. There is a mimed interview with The Major where he assigns her to an “unarmed aerial vehicle” posting at a base near Las Vegas. She is horrified at the prospect of doing the “Chair ...
... and restaurants. Very busy town! Temperature = 31 degrees at some point!
In Cooke City with a population of 7500, not a whole lot going on except the two gas stations are making $$$$$. Gas was $4 gal for regular and $4.30 for premium. So, if you ever take this drive, gas up in Red Lodge where the gas was $3.59 for regular!
After leaving Cooke City, we drove down the highway seeing again more spectacular scenery, and this took us right into Yellowstone National Park. ...
... to move on as we still have to get to Bozeman for the night.
Traffic is getting better and it seems that most folks are going west or south, so we soon hit open roads and make good time to Bozeman. We are staying at the Mountain View Lodge and Suites on the north side.... Stop!!!!!!! Hard right turn! Lol just about missed the turn off and do a side slide around the corner to get on the right road... right in front of a cop!! Haha ...
... clean washrooms, interpretive centre, and large grassy picnic grounds - we felt comfortable and safe taking a break at any one of the rest stops.
Tonight we got the last camping spot at the KOA In Bozeman, Montana. It's on the route to West Yellowstone Park Entrance and there were hot springs nearby. We were fortunate enough to be located right beside the washrooms so a very short walk for mom to use the showers - how lucky for us!