A Travellerspoint blog

Heading to Bozeman, Montana

Justin and Jenny were very gracious hosts!

After a good breakfast in the Hampton Inn dining room, Great Falls, Montana, we got on the road around 8 am and started the trip to Justin and Jenny's home. We made good time and saw some beautiful scenery as we drove. Part of the time we followed the Missouri River.

Here was my favorite range on the way in.

Then we stopped for lunch at this little place that Justin recommended to Kim. It was such good homemade food. Wynn had a breakfast burrito, I had biscuits and gravy, Karen had chicken pot pie and Kim had soup and bread. They split a key lime pie slice and we did a peachy apple slice. Too good!

We pulled into Boseman and were shown to our cozy rooms. The artwork in their home were canvas prints of their own camera photos! Beautiful job.


Then we went for a hike to the college M in Boseman. It kicked my butt! The incline was steep, the altitude was high, but mostly, I was just plain out of shape. I was so thankful to see the top of the climb. I was also thankful that my knee and hip flexor held strong!

After hiking, we went out to Ted's for dinner. First time eating bison burger for me. And had to share the crazy pano pic of our table.

It is always best to ask a local where to eat! Both our meals today were exceptional. Then Justin and a Jenny drove us out to one of their favorite spots. The Resevoir was serene and a fun place to watch the dogs play in the water.

Finally Justin did not disappoint as he drove us to see his favorite eagle family. The brown ones are immature eagles that don't yet have their white head feathers. But the adult one stood still for us, almost as if he was posing!

We headed for home, got the map out and planned our Yellowstone adventure for tomorrow, did some laundry and watched the sunset on another fun day. Day seven is in the books. Goodnight!

Posted by brendagerber07 22:40

Email this entryFacebookStumbleUpon

Table of contents


The space our there is absolutely awesome!! Greats pics!

by Brad and Sue

Comments on this blog entry are now closed to non-Travellerspoint members. You can still leave a comment if you are a member of Travellerspoint.