In Montana, you don't need seatbelt and there is NO speed limit. Here, me drinking (Gatorade), driving, no seatbelt, and taking a picture of myself, while going 87mph in 65.
In the evening of last day of the trip, I'd like to have a nice meal for a dinner. By then, I simply don't have time to get out. I am busy for fishing till the sunset, writing my log for the day, thinking what I am going to do on next days, checking flies, etc. I usually have a canned soup and salad and they are enough till I eat a big breakfast next morning.
My favorite place in the town of West Yellowstone is Buckaroo Bill. I try to eat Buffalo meat in order to reduce its population. They always scare me when I am fishing and cause jams on the roads. While fishing Gibbon during my June trip, 6 Buff bulls sneaked behind me about 80-feet or so, and forced me to cross the river. That night I had a Buff tri-tip sandwich and felt better!!
That evening (Sep 3rd), I saw a 1-lb Buff burger as NEW on the menu but that sounded too big for my metabolism. Instead I ordered an 8-oz New York cut Buff steak. Though it cost a bit more than a 1-lb Buff burger, I thought Buckaroo Bill would be closed when I visit in late Oct. In that case I have to wait till next year, so I ordered one of their bests.
This was probably one of the best steaks I ever had along with the sides. I ordered as "to-go" so I can watch TV in my motel room while eating......
Then nothing tastes better than Montana brewed beer after hard fishing days, especially in summer. Here are some trout-beer that I have tried.
Did I forget "Trout Slayer"? It's on my wall already along with a Simms hat from Bozeman.
These beers are some of my collections along with other Montana beer. I seldom pick up 6-packs for each. At the liquor store in West Yellowstone, I can buy mixed 6-packs to taste myself or give my friends and co-workers as sourveniors. So far, the darker, the better, those make me sip, rather than gulping, like I sip Canadian whiskey. My favorites are "Slow Elk" and "Powder Hound" from Big Sky Brewing Co.
Now I am heading back to my tying bench to tie a lot for the next trip. I think I have enough time till then to tie them all......