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Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area, Fort Smith, Montana focuses on the 71-mile-long Bighorn Lake, created by Yellowtail Dam. The lake provides electric power, water for irrigation, flood control and recreation. Boating, waterskiing, fishing, swimming and sightseeing are the main attractions, but there is so much more than that. It is the home …
We were on our way early this morning but hadn't gone far when a deer ran across the road in front of us, soon to be followed by another. Cliff had just about brought us to a standstill when another deer appeared right in front of the truck. We didn't stand a chance, and unfortunately clipped his back quarter. The deer stumbled, tumbled over in the …
Woke up to a sunny and beautiful morning - night was not too bad for a lucky find stop :-)
From the start we decided to spend the next night at this RV park, and planned our route that way. First stop - Prarrie Dog town - it is a State park and we visited with prarrie dogs for a little bit. Noland wanted to see Little Bighorn Battlefield, so we …
This is a battlefield, and the one battle from the Indian wars that everyone has heard about: Custer's Last Stand.
We spent two hours at site, incl ranger talk, video and driving the 5 miles through the battlefield on guided route.
There are evidently hundreds of books on the battle, speculating as to what General Custer was up to, and why everything went so horribly wrong (for the cavalry). The ...
... different Federal funding so 'nearly impossible -- takes practically an act of congress' to use them for teaching. Marked contrast with the attitude -- and hence with the achievements -- of the Menominee College.
Left Lame Deer mid-day and travelled 40 miles to Little Big Horn. Spent two hours at site, incl ranger talk, video and driving the 5 miles through the battlefield on guided route. Again very very hot, and threatening thundershowers.
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed