Travel Blogs from Billings
... Before too long we enter the U.S. and arrive in Glendive a few hours later, for what has become customary for Linda and I, supper at the Pizza Hut.
Refuel and hit the Interstate, as the countryside transforms to the Hills and ranchland of Montana. A few more hours on the road and our stop for the night is in view, ...
Left Rapid City and making our way to Billings,Mt. Largest city in Mt. It rained and we hear an inch of snow tonight. Tonight we went downtown Billings to a hip restaurant with great food/drinks and live jazz. We spied the Detroit/Boston ...
I have to admit that there is nothing special about Billings Montana that warrants four days stay. However it is a city of enough size that we decided to stay in order to prepare for crossing into Canada. Some prescriptions needed to be refilled and we used the time to stock up on food supplies, wash the camper, do laundry, and catch up on the news, use of computer wi-fi and cell phone time.
We went ...
... temperatures. Plus the scenery was getting better and better the farther west we got. For being I-94, it wasn't a bad ride at all.
My dad's cousin, Tim Delaney, whom we are staying with tonight, said that we should visit Pompey's Pillar just east of Billings. In case you never heard of this place before (I hadn't either), it is one of the few actual evidence left by the Lewis and Clark Expedition on the ...
... Country. It seemed to go on forever. Such huge expanses of land with an
occasional ranch house seen.
next stop was at Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument. This battle was
between the U.S. Army and the Lakota and Cheyenne Indian Tribes. Since I'm not
the military one in our family, I won't attempt to explain the battle. It is
more commonly referred to as Custer's Last Stand. The battle took place on ...
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking