Beartooth Hideaway Inn & Cabins
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Red Lodge
... I thought this would be a great opportunity to snap a few pictures (I like to photograph old structures). Little did I know we had stopped at the site of the Smith Mine Disaster; the worst mining disaster in the state of Wyoming. This abandoned village was left as a memorial to those who died in the disaster.
We continued on to Red Lodge which would serve as our entry point for the Beartooth Highway.
... whom a treaty had been signed to leave them land but which was conveniently dumped when gold was found. Apparently as he lay dead, the Indians drilled holes in his ears so that he may hear better next time the words of the treaty. On the path up to the hill, Chris spotted a snake right in front of us, later identified as a Bullsnake. On the way to Red Lodge, we went into Billings, Montana for a bit ...
... different bubbling pools, geysers, and gurgling mud. This is a must to see. We finally landed in at Old Faithful Geyser and were lucky to see the eruption at 2:20 pm. It was spectacular! We wearily left around 3:00 pm after gobbling down some ice cream. Time to head back to Red Lodge - about a 5 hour drive. We finally reached the northeast gate of Yellowstone and drove to nearby Cooke City (small town) a delicious pizza dinner at ...
... soybeans, hay, and corn. We stopped for fuel - 30.5 gals @ $3.94/gal. Totaling $120.30. Outside of Laurel we saw 3 huge oil refineries and this town seemed to be a major hub for freight trains. Many freight cars were loaded with coal. From Laurel we headed down Hwy 212 towards Red Lodge. We passed by many well-kept fenced farms with cows and horses. By 11:45 am we pulled into Perry's RV Park ...
July 12, 2012
Greenough Lake @7218'
Custer NF, Mt.
It is starting to happen! I have become jaded! You would have never convinced me that Yellowstone Park would
be a drive-by! After two days spend covering the park we couldn't
find the Northeast Exit soon enough! To many cars and people stopping
mid-road to see to many buffalo or to many Canadian Geese.
Tuesday (7/10) we left Earthquake ...