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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... cleaning our rooms, checking out with our employers and housing). Needless to say the entire process was tiresome and boring, but we are oh so glad that we are finally gone. Even though we did not start on our way to Bozeman until about 3pm (we were aiming for 2pm). We both will miss the people we worked with, the trees and animals, the geysers, but we both are indeed happy that our next big adventure ...
... river and climbed up and down some rollers through dryland farmland, and eventually we spied signs of civilization - irrigated fields!. My uphill speed was nothing to brag about – and after such a good average earlier! Up ahead we could see what might be thunderheads forming. But we continued on and climbed the last long rise (2 miles), then generally coasted down into the outskirts of Bozeman. We stopped at a ...
... How can we ever replace this neighborhood? We know we’ll find a great, new community of friends in Amherst, but it’s hard not to wonder if it will compare to this one.
The Sweet Pea festival took place five days after we got back. We shared a blanket with Scott and Sara and watched our kids run around and dance together during a ballet performance and toe-tapping jazz/funk music. It felt overwhelming to see ...
... Chanterelle mushrooms. Prior to this, I would have thought that this would be the snooze button banging part of the trip. However, I’m so glad I opened myself up to the opportunity because, not only was it a hands on lesson on how to identify these incredibly tasty morsels, but the fun(gi) game of hide and seek while traipsing through bear territory in order to excavate these bad boys was as exhilarating as finding the golden egg at Easter - especially ...
... having Unlimited Hydroplane races on the Columbia this weekend and the campground was very crowded.
Sat. morning we continued south on I 82 to pick up I 84 in Oregon and continued into Idaho roughly following the Snake River to Twin Falls. I hadn't planned this but the route follows the old Oregon Trail. Those people had to be tough because the idea of driving a covered wagon across this terrain is incredulous. One ravine after another, up a ...