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... for the day.We were driving through vast stretches of rolling green hills, with cows dotted across them. The rocky mountains could be seen in the distance. As dusk fell, the golden sunlight rendered the whole landscape a magical breathtaking glow. We stopped the car, got out, fooled around with our camera a bit and started again when it set in the horizon.
As we drove upwards the hilly road,only a few minutes passed when we saw the sun ...
Little Big Horn, Saturday 2nd June. Got away from the Devil's Tower in fairly good time this morning. Beautiful part of Wyoming, all this Central & Northern area. Green grass, plenty of trees, streams and irrigation. Went through Gillette ( the source of the noisy Coal trains @ Fort Laramie), Buffalo and Sheridan. Stopped & had a good look around the remains of Fort Phil Kearney, to follow up on our trail of the Plains Indian Wars and broken treaties etc. Went through a big storm just ...
... Oh, I also had bison delays at three different points. So all that combined equaled a very long day.
I drove from the Flathead Valley along the Flathead Lake until I got to the National Bison Preserve. The drive along the lake was serene, having calm, still waters and mighty mountains on the other side. The lake is huge and took nearly an hour for me to drive from one end to the other. At the end of the lake was my destination: the Bison Preserve. ...
... which I think is pretty rough in Montana. Never the less, Flathead Lake is one of the prettiest places in the country. We had a great day on the lake. We took our two huge dogs, one of their Boston Terriers and their Jack Russell with us in the boat. We toured around the northern part of the lake looking at all the beautiful homes on the water. Phil Jackson ...
... and then met Tom (the 'little boy') at the spot where the church was in the film. Tom and I walked around trying to figure out exactly where each shot in the film was taken from and Zoe went to look at American school buses near a playground. Val, Zoe and I then had a drink in a bar that was used in the film and then drove to Utica, west of Hobson, for lunch at the Oxen Yoke Inn where we each had a three quarter pound ...