We went to the Bision Range on Mother's Day weekend. Uncle Mke, Aunt Yolanda, Uncle Tom, Grandma Peak, Mom, Dad, Chris, Lorinda, Anissa, Makenna, Patrick, & I all went. Here we are getting ready to have our picnic.
Hanna enjoying the park at the Bison range.
Anissa got to walk Hanna.
Uma Peak & Makenna.
Chris & Lorinda look lost. They actually were looking up to see how far the Bision range was from Kalispell.
Makenn found a cool stick to play with.
Setting up the food for the B-B-Q.
The girls waiting for their food.
Chris cooking some hambugers.
Lorinda tossing a salad for the picnic
It got a little cold so Patrick bundeled up to keep warm.
The trees there were really cool. I had to take an artsy shot of one of the cool trees.
On our way here we got a flat tire. We had a tent spike punctue our left rear tire. Good news was that our spare tire had a normal rim. So lookng you can not tell that it is a spare tire. We made it home with no further issues. But the tire that went flat did have to be replaced. It could not just be patched.
I just loved the cool looking trees there.
No Makenna is not going to eat that :) She is getting ready to blow on the dandelion.
On our walk it was raining a little. Aunt Yolanda & Anissa.
This was a cool looking burnt stump.
Was this a natriual Rock formation?
We spotted an Ospray.
Time to pose for a family photo op on the bridge.
If you look really close you can see some bison. They are the little black spots in the background.
Our turn for the photo op on the bridge.
Now it is Dad, Mom & Aunt Yolanda's turn.
I spotted a red wing black bird.
Info on the Bison Range.
We were really inpressed with the large collection of antilers. Until we got closer and found out they were just made of wood and not real.
You can tell how big it was with Patrick standing next to it.
The Bison range has been around since 1908 and this was the first time I ever visited it. Been to MT several times but did not know that this place was even there. Now I know. :)