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... spurt of water bubbled up from the ground. This happened a few more times and I was beginning to wonder if that was it when a giant explosion of water made me rethink that thought. The water soared into the sky about 105 feet before dropping to the ground to allow another blast to come. It was incredible!!! When it ended I was sad it had stopped. You could watch that for hours on end without getting bored. After we left the geyser, we drove to the Grand ...
... the Yellowstone River at a freeway exit. They passed us by just as we entered the freeway out of Livingston! A quick 12 miles with an awesome tailwind and we joined them at the river's edge! By now it was getting hot, and we very much enjoyed sitting in the shade of some trees sharing lunch together.
Refreshed after a lite lunch and with refilled water bottles, we took off for ...
... and then headed through the drizzle into Montana, the Big Sky country. It is another drive populated by pronghorn with towns and cities spaces out every 60 miles or so. The churning Yellowstone River meets the road at Glendive in dramatic fashion, surrounded by badlands and sandstone. This is the area where many dinosaurs are unearthed as the stone erodes away and releases its secrets. I've wanted to explore this area for a while, but I'm on ...
For the last couple days we stayed with a very nice family in Livingston MT. We did some gardening work for them in exchange for the best food we have eaten on our trip and the first bed we have slept jn. The food was absolutely delicious. They let us borrow their inner tubes for a float down the Yellowstone river and took us to a spring fed pool. We also went for a short bike ride to explore the city. It was a great couple days special thanks to anonymous ...
... times, but it wouldn’t budge. “Seems like we’re locked in,” I said.
Cody stepped around me and tried the door. “What do we do?” He asked.
“Shhhh…listen…,” ; I said. There were no sounds. “We might be able to get out through the windows.” I walked over and tried them… they wouldn’t move. I shined my light on them. “Nailed shut,” I said. “We ...
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