Over the last few days we have seen a considerable amount of rain fall. For the most part is has been raining almost every day for the last week or so. Since, today, officials have had to close Yellowstone National Park due to flooding and unsafe road conditions, our weather has hit national headlines. Firstly, thank you to all of our customers that have been calling and texting us to see how we are doing. So far, everything is good and we are still open for business. We are closely following the situation. Luckily for us, we do not live near a river. But we are seeing water seep into our crawl spaces. But we (Montana) are tough. We are used to all types of weather. We have been in contact with all of our guests visiting us at the moment and no one is stuck or stranded.
The road between Bozeman and West Yellowstone (West entrance to Yellowstone) is open, although we aren’t encourging anyone to make a trip down it at the moment as the river levels fluctuate. The road between Livingston and Gardiner (Main entrance to Yellowstone) is open for local traffic. The park, of course is closed until they can assess the damage.
If you are interested in seeing the information at local level, I’ve provided some links below for you to look at. We encourage you to look at the local news as opposed to the national sources. This will give you a more clear picture of what is happening here.
If you have any questions, or need information, please don’t hesitate to give us a call at 406-530-5337. We are happy to talk to you.
Here is a link to a recent article from the local paper in Bozeman.
Here is a link to a local news station.
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