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Travel Blogs from Bozeman
... and Michelle on some flight from New York via a side trip to Glacier National Park.
The flight to Bozeman with the kids was a breeze. Alaska Airlines even checked in all but one of our bags for free...what a treat not to have to lug 3 bags around airports while corralling two kids who never seem to be going in the ...
... to work washing them off. Now we are clear again.
We have now reached the end of 94 and join 90 heading toward Billings, MT for a gas fill up. We are stopping for fuel where convenient as you just never know what isn't ahead. We have been climbing steadily all morning. We are over 3,300 ft. now.
In the distance we start to see outlines of mountains. Love those mountains ...
... town, built in 1863, and many of the buildings date from that time. It was known for the Vigilantes, who enforced their version of the law by hanging “road agents” (highwaymen) until Montana became a territory in 1864. We spent a fun hour walking around and looking at all the shops/businesses with the interiors set up as they had been in the town’s heyday. Then we bought some homemade ice cream and headed ...
... out. People were floating the river, and fishing, and we saw one man standing on a paddleboard, paddling down the river. There was also a flock of pelicans clustered on some rocks near the shore. They are really big birds!
Just where the road leaves the river, the staff had pulled into Black’s Ford and had our lunch ready. It was just noon and we had come 40 of the 62 miles we had to travel today. We had ...
... M” (yeah, no idea). It’s a strange tradition but kind of fun; I’ll miss it.
I’m staying in Bozeman tonight. Tomorrow I’ll drive more-or-less south to the western entrance of Yellowstone: I’ll be staying there for three nights. There a chance of snow forecast for two of the nights I’m going to be there. It’s about to get real, ...
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