Obama continues his Western Tour

President Obama and the First Family awake in Montana today. The Obamas arrived in Belgrade Friday for a health care town hall. But this western swing isn't all work. 

Following the town hall, Mr Obama went fly fishing, using a new rod some White House staffers presented him for his 48th birthday earlier this month. While there was no press coverage of the outing, a White House aide says the fishing was "awesome". 

After over nighting in the sky resort town of Big Sky, the First Family will tour Yellowstone National Park this morning. They are expected to take in the famous Old Faithful as well as the Black Sand Basin - an area of geysers and hot springs.  

Don't fret, much like Friday, the President will balance today with a healthy does of play and work. After touring Yellowstone for about 3 hours, the Obamas will head to Colorado for another health care town hall in Grand Junction. Following that event they will hop on Air Force One once more for a trip down to Phoenix, Arizona where the President will hopefully call it a night - the first family will need their rest, because Sunday, they all hit the South Rim of the Grand Canyon.