Lewis and Clark Motel
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... ft. It sits under the highest peak in the Bridger Range, Sacagawea Peak. It height is 9,665.
As the crowd starts to gather at about 11:00, the sun shines and all is well. The pictures tell the story so I'll let them do the talking.
I have more stuff, video's to upload but computer is again acting up.
Oh, it's my birthday tomorrow so thanks to all he well wishers.
... Ennis. Dark gray clouds, with lightning and thunder and some rain had been moving across the area, but both Virginia City and Ennis were spared the worst (best?) of the storm. While we were driving back to Bozeman (yes, we did remember to pick up Lea and Mom!), Dave called and said it was pouring rain driven at a 45 degree angle by the wind with lightning, thunder, and hail, which lasted less than an hour, and then it got ...
... where I really was. Had an awwwful nights sleep, partly due to having to be up and have left before it got light again, but also because it was still right next to the highway so loads of noise. I was also really paranoid about police helicopters, but when I woke up in the morning I pretty much discovered I was under an airport aswell! So packed up and set off around 5.30am back down the highway towards the next town 23 miles away. Unfortunately there was not one lay by opportunity ...
... where you put together a dinosaur. So it was a pretty cool place. And then theres back yard-ish area. They had an original house from the 1800s which had all its original pieces inside. And the back there was chicken coop with actual chickens inside and then they had a woodshed and a refrigerator type log cabin with a super thick door. About 45 minutes after we left my dad said "what was the name of the short French general we saw an exhibit about?"
... tried anywhere. The restaurant itself is interesting as well, because it used to be an old industrial freighthouse. In fact, there is a railcar attached to the building as one of the dining areas. They have a couple of pool tables as well with some high top seating. Think of it as a much more interesting Orlando Ale House with better food. If you ever happen to be in Bozeman, do NOT pass this place up.
Stay tuned for more updates. Tomorrow is Yellowstone... Duh! ...