7th Ranch RV Camp & Historical Tours
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After all the joking about the eclectic (Dave N's suggestion!!) yard art in the RV park we were in last night everything really turned out quite well. The park, although a little over the top in "artifacts" as our DWLP friends call them, was a very nice oasis for us and really quite cheerful. We rested well and were bid farewell by our hostess when …
... it went down to -7C ! Hopefully that will be the coldest we will see. Mostly sunny on the drive today, but some pretty heavy showers developed as we approached Billings.
Speaking of mining, the only really interesting stop of the day was the town of Butte Montana. It was a huge copper mining city from 1850s until the 1970s. They claim to have provided a quarter of all the copper in the world! It is now a historic townsite with many old brick and ...
... you can more clearly understand that culture and the tragedy the Indians were facing.
The Park Ranger opened his remarks by calling Little Bighorn a battle between two worlds, two cultures, and it certainly was that. Apparently the dandy Gen. Custer was not so crazy as he is sometimes depicted, and the Indians not so bloodthirsty and savage. Guess I've had one of those paradigm shifts---this trip is certainly making that happen a lot!!
... and exhibit dedicated to the Indian struggle and history of their
existence. This centre is fantastic and is an absolute must see, Bill Cody was a fascinating man, Entertainer, Raconteur, and Buffalo Hunter. he made a lot of money and died basically penniless.
We left Cody at three and hit out for the Custer battle field area, to get there we crossed the Big Horn Range and again you could not stop thinking of the struggles of ...
"I shall not see you (sun) go down behind the mountains tonight… I am going home today, not the way we came, but in spirit, home to my people." Bloody Knife, Arikara Scout for General Custer (June 25, 1876)
June 25, 2014, the 138th anniversary of the Battle of the Little Bighorn. The Indians called it the Battle of the Greasy Grass, because the tall grass in that region left a slick coating on the soles of ...