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Travel Blogs from Billings
... a bit. It was freezing. Then it started to hail. Hard. And it hurt like hell. There is nothing you can do but be stranded or continue on. And we are not the type to crawl up and hide. Then it started to snow. 11,000' up and there are snowbanks in the ditches that do not disappear during the summer. They have snowplows up at the pull offs to clear the road of snow in all seasons. We were so high that we were above the ...
... We proceed to a liquor store/casino which has happy hour everyday from 4-7 Shimmy gets chills from excitement, we don't have a problem. We ask the bartender with a cat tank on what the specials are and after he said $1 wells we stopped him and ordered 2 doubles each before it could end. Overall I guess you could say Montana reminded us of home. Also could anyone explain to us the difference between bison and buffalo? Help us...we are so ...
... Western Heritage Center gives a detailed history of the city and tells the stories of the people of the Northern High Plains. The 1901 sandstone block building was once the town library. Inside there are gorgeous old oak floors, beautiful turn-of-the-century architectural detailing and high ceilings. Interactive exhibits are scattered throughout the 3 floors; my favorite exhibits being on the main floor. At an old ...
... guns. I was hoping none of them went crazy and wiped out an entire tour group. But with the temperature dropping rapidly we called it quits and headed home to share a bottle of wine we bought at Yellowstone. This trip keeps us so busy there is barely time to get a drink! And on that note we will mosey on to bed as we have to have our bags out by 6.30 am in the morning, ready to head to Little Bighorn, Crazy Horse and Mount Rushmore. Cowboy up ...
... taken place here was mind boggling. We stopped at
Last Stand Hill where the 7th Cavalry Memorial stood. We also saw where Custer
had been killed. All the men under his command were lost in this battle. They
were outnumbered by about 10 to 1. Most of the dead were buried in shallow
graves at or near where they fell.
Markers for these graves were erected in 1890 by the Army and still
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