Super 8 Livingston
How has this motel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Day 6 was our first slower paced day. All that was on the
docket was ziplining. Side note, it is freezing in the Yellowstone/Montana area
at night. We actually had to turn on the heat in the RV overnight… in August!
So back to our day, our zipline tour started early at about 10:45 am. Our
guides drove us on a very bumpy road to the actual zipline spot located on a
4000 acre ranch, (turns out both of our guides were from the Midwest too) and
Today and tomorrow we have nieces celebrating their birthdays, so Happy Birthday to Erin and Shannon. Vicki and I decided to do something 'Girly' to celebrate for them so we went on a gem hunt. We found a bunch of sapphires and garnets.
After our hunt, we ran some errands and believe it or not, there was a group of ...
... next. Ahhh ….
Since Leah and I got married, we have talked about getting a pet. Over the years, Leah’s anti-pet stance has softened. Before leaving for sabbatical, we agreed that upon our return to Bozeman, we’d get a dog. While in Mexico, Leah accepted the position at Amherst and I figured that with a move across the country on the horizon, it would make the most sense to wait one more ...
... 325 actual steps "down" where we had stunning views of the canyon, & waterfalls, then back up, an adventure I will never forget. After returning to the RV Park, had a wonderful dinner & fun evening with Pete, Toni, Jim & ...
... A warm shower never felt so nice!
At night we sat with Mark & Teri & everyone else arrived, we all sat & chatted round the fire.
We were ready the next morning to go back again on the ATV's, ready to find the 'unridable' trail & see if we could master it! Briana came as well on Saturday, so I went on the back of Mikes. We found a cave, & Mike practiced his 'director' skills & we made a 'movie'. SO MUCH ...