Bozeman MT and the Gallatin Valley

Dates:     
August 23, 2021 to
August 27, 2021

Mileage:    
16,616

Location:    
Bozeman Trail Campground
Bozeman, MT

We had been to Bozeman before, and so had some idea of places that we wanted to see. We always explore, though!

Date nights included a new place, Sidewinders, where I had a great turkey pot pie and Elizabeth had fish and chips. We had been to the Montana Ale Works before, and we went downtown to Ted’s Montana Grill where I had a bison ribeye. I found Daniel’s Meat Market and we grilled ribeyes – what else?

The downtown area is really fixed up, and we walked around. ElizaBeth found a quilt shop while I went to ACE Hardware. We also went to quilt shops and fly shops!

We discovered Cameron Road Bridge, the local fishing spot. I saw lots of trout feeding, but none were interested in my fly. We also drove around Montana State University, and saw several new buildings since we were here last. I visited Chris Catlett, who is the EHS Director.

The K9s had a cute little place to play, and the RV Park was by the train tracks but otherwise was great.

The find of the trip was the Livingston Depot Center Museum, half of the museum is dedicated to Invisible Boundaries, about how man has unintentionally interfered with animal migration.

We also enjoyed the Gallatin History Museum. There was one hanging in its history and the apparatus was rebuilt.


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