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... finally happening. It really did not dawn on me that this trip was in full swing until just this morning.
The drive from Old Faithful to Bozeman was very nice. We took the long way and left through the North Entrance near Gardiner, Montana. We saw not only great scenery, but some great wildlife as well. Just before we exited the park we ended up spotting herds of American Bison, a gang of Elk which ...
... t seem nearly as hard!
We rested at the top for a bit. The old Bozeman Trail had come over that pass, and the view was spectacular. Then came the downhill that the sign had cautioned drivers about – 7% down for 2 miles! It was lovely! Dave got into aero position and hit 51.5 mph! I got to 41.5 before my natural caution/good sense clicked in and I braked a bit. We cruised down to Norris, where we had ...
... hungry they can always take a bite out of each other. I would also like to congratulate my daughter Katie for coming in first in both her short and long programs with a score of 70.54. Good job Katie. Also I would like to congratulate my other daughter Megan who is now sitting in first place after the short program with 28.30. That is also the first time she has skated with her new program. Good lucky tomorrow ...
... just enjoy the big sky country in Montana. It was a beautiful day. We will probably still be in Montana tomorrow because it is such a big state. We are above Yellowstone, but will not go into the park on this trip. We have been there many times and it will probably be crowded for the Labor Day weekend. We will look for a place where we can stay a few days, though, because it might be difficult to find an RV park for just one night on the holiday weekend.
... at around 4700ft. We took our first break at a rest stop on a flatter section of road. We'd agreed that morning to stop every 100 miles, which would be about every 2 hours on a scenic road, but should be faster on the Interstate. Montana scenery was pretty flat from here although still scenic, and we were following a river part of the way. There were a couple of rest stops by it and people swimming which looked like a great way to ...