Spotted this in downtown Bozeman
Since we did so much driving yesterday and plan on doing a lot of driving tomorrow, we decided to stay close by. Headed back to Gallatin National Forest and this time we went to Grotto Falls. We checked out the shops in downtown Bozeman and treated ourselves to a new tripod.
It wouldn’t be Montana without horses. The owner of the bed and breakfast we are staying at said they have Cowboy yoga weekends. Who knew.
Lots of hay baling going on. Who knew that the size and shape depend on where the hay goes and what it is used for. Some of the hay in this area is malt barley and is used by Anheiser Bush and Coors. Some of the hay that is done in circles is wrapped in white plastic and left to ferment. The cows really like that hay.
If you are going to live out west, you really need a good pair of boots
The Grand Canyon of Yellowstone is one of the most breathtaking sight inside Yellowstone Park. Twenty miles long, the canyon is up to 4,000-feet wide and 1,200-feet deep in places. From several vantage points, you can view Lower Falls plunging steeply into the canyon 308 feet, or the Upper Falls tumbling 109 feet.
Lost in the mist
Another shot of the Big Splash Could not decide which one I liked best
The Big Splash. Took this photo just as we started down the path to top of the Lower Falls