Yellowstone Country Blog

Notes from the Road: Yellowstone National Park’s Rivers May Re-Open

While we try to stay out of politics here at Notes from the Road, we also understand that Yellowstone National Park is a big, huge place and people come from all over the world to see it, drive through it, play in it and generally plan an often once-in-a-lifetime vacation to the park. That said,...

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Notes from the Road: Snowmobiling in Cooke City

  Notes from the Road: Snowmobiling in Cooke City   I have to disclaim here that I’m not a snowmobiler (though it is on my 2014 Bucket List of things to do). So when I noticed that I wasn’t giving Montana’s Yellowstone Country its due on being an unbelievable destination...

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Notes from the Road: 5 Yellowstone Country Gifts to Give to Your Valentine

A nice dinner out and flowers are all wonderful things to gift your special someone on Valentine’s Day. But what if you already give flowers frequently, you need a little treat for the kids or you’re sick of being clichéd? Below, we’ve rounded up eight of the best ways to show to the...

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Notes From the Road: Calamity Jane: Yellowstone Country Legend

We’ve all heard of Calamity Jane, right? Perhaps you’ve even nicknamed your two-year-old "Calamity Jane" after her destructive tendencies. Or perhaps you were just a big Bonanza fan (hey, no judgments here). What you probably don’t know is that Calamity Jane’s life of, well, calamity, took...

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Notes From the Road: Tracking Wolverines in Montana’s Yellowstone Country

It’s quite possible that my middle school was the least cool place to attend middle school in all the country. Not only were the green tile walls and the asbestos-laden classrooms detrimental to my health (though in fairness, they’ve likely been renovated), my coolest experience was getting to...

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