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... and bars. There is a pattern in the states we've visited - they have lots of bars and saloons! Must be the cold winters! A lot of buildings downtown were very historic having been built in the 1800's. It reminded me of the old westerns I used to watch on TV.
We drove to Bozeman and found a larger town/city and more of the same; stores, restaurants and bars. We found a place to do our usual 3 games of bowling. We read that when ...
... couple of miles on a side road read: Lewis Gulch. Lewis from Lewis and Clark. It was almost unbearably bumpy and laden with rockfalls; I can see why it's only named after Lewis, Clark looked up and went, "Screw that. I'll be here for a couple of weeks; you don't show back up: it's been nice knowing you." At the very top, after circling the mountian eleven times, you arrive at the anti-climatic gulch.
June 30, 2015
... sizzling outside with biscuits rising in the oven.
We took a tour of the Crazy Mountain backcountry drive as our solo outing of the day. The Crow people call the mountains Absaroka; the novels and television show Longmire take place in this area, though the show is shot in New Mexico. As we rumbled down the road Don Gibson's Country Green played in my mind; one of the most photographed churches in the country rests among the plains, before the mountains. Melville ...
... the largest hot spring in the park. The Grand Prismatic Spring is basically just a giant multicolored pool of boiling hot water. I thought it was pretty neat. That was the end of our day in Yellow Stone as we headed back for because a day of driving awaited us the following day.
As I said, we drove most of the day to where I am blogging from now, Big Timber. This will be one of my final blogs as we plan to head to Calgary then Edmonton in the next few days.
... on more frontage road - so much quieter, and so much less traffic! On the way we saw the entrance to the Bozeman Tunnel, where the railroad goes through the pass. We stopped at the top (5760 feet), took pictures, and realized we had averaged almost 12 mph going up! From this point on it is almost all downhill - no more climbs, except for short 1/2 mile stuff here and there. When (and if) ...
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