Spirits of Bozeman

July 2, 2009 at 8:39 am Leave a comment

I am enjoying myself so much that I’ve decided to extend my stay in Bozeman, Montana for the month of July.  This is a beautiful city, nestled between several mountain ranges: the Bridgers to the northeast, the Big Belt in the north, Tobacco Root mountains to the west, Gallatin range to the southwest and Hyalites to the south. It is amazing seeing mountains everywhere, coming from an area where there are none.  And I can also see the stars here.  The air is dryer- which is nice in Minnesota it often gets too humid to breathe in the summer. We’ve been getting more rain than is probably typical out here- while on the other hand it’s been dryer in usually verdant Minnesota!

Last week I went hiking with my family in Gallatin National Forest. We went all the way up to the snow caps.  I’ll try to get some pictures posted here. We saw some  bear tracks but no bear, which is probably a good thing! It is cool to see one from a distance though.


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