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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... a beautiful town surrounded by mountains, where we stayed at the Fairfield Inn and enjoyed showers, CNN and dinner out at Ted's (Ted Turner) Montana Grill. We tried the bison pot roast and it was excellent! When we checked in at the motel, we were quite surprised to see a sign on the counter announcing, "J. Dane, Guest of the Day." Our prize? A parking space next to the front door! We all had a good laugh as we told them we didn't think we would quite ...
... ft to 5,800 ft. After walked forever we get to a sign that says, 1.25 miles to go, Really? We are already at the tree line and oxygen is all but gone. We forge on and then decide, wimps that we are, down we go. I will say the view was fantastic and we could see Walmart and almost pick out Carin and Clark's house with the long range camera.
On our way back we see the Lower Bridger School house and take this picture for Nancy. ...
... Hot Springs. Also saw a mule deer and her fawn on a small cliff close to the road.
Followed scenic route 89 for 50 from Gardiner to Livingston. Road in canyon and more scenic in southern section where canyon is more narrow. Road followed beside the picturesque Yellowstone River which flows north.
At Livingston got on Interstate 90 for 30 miles west where we are spending the ...
... 5 easy. Well it reached that level today and I had to stop to change gloves. As soon as we crossed into Montana the hills started to become bigger and bigger. Almost mountain like but not quite. It wasn't until we hit Big Hole national park that they turned into mountains. It's the same thing on every mountain so far. Climb up and enjoy the tight sweepers on the way drown. All day was like that. It was ...
... and appreciate varieties of wildflowers that decorated the canyon hills around us. After dodging rain on our subtle but steady climb up to the lake, we took a load off and soaked up the views while filling our bellies. The never ending last mile of the hike was definitely quieter than the first...I personally was lost in motivating thoughts of Fettucini Alfredo burritos and hot springs, which were both quickly fulfilled upon our departure of the forest.