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- Today I woke up very happy because I slept in until 11.
- I got on the road at 1 and grabbed myself a Starbucks!-5$
- Drove and stopped off in Greybull at around 4 to grab a bite to eat at Mcdonalds-6$
- I then found Greybull motel and went to sleep- ...
... into a Winter Wonderland: snowy, windy, and very cold! The rainstorm that we got was a snow storm up higher.
Coming out of the mountains, the weather and the landscape changed radically from snowy and sparse to the rich colors of a desert - oranges, browns, and greens. As we travel through Montana today, we are in wonder at the vast open spaces of the west. What a beautiful country!
A dusting of snow last night at Bear Lodge.
Got off to an early start, but not until I had a cup of coffee and slice of strawberry rhubarb pie, just like Grandma used to make.
Bobby walked the dog around and was sort of grossed out of all the hunters with hanging deers outside their cabins. Meat is meat.
The road down the mountain ...
- My name is Irma banuelos and i would like to take a moment to talk to you about a vacation i will be taking to Yellowstone national park on may 15 2013 i will there for five days will be taking a Airplane to Yellowstone and staying at Old Faithful inn at Yellowstone i will eat there, and snacking at their visitor center in locations, i will visit the sites of old Faithful Geyser i am sure it will be amazing to see. Its eruption lasts ...
... be visiting again when we had more time to explore a bit more.
As we left the park we ran into several cowboys herding about 50 or 60 horses down the grassy strip that ran parallel to the road and we knew we were in the real west at last. The horses were strong, fast, and beautiful and the cowboys were postcard perfect. The whole scene was like a show put on especially for us.
The Black Hills loomed ...