Rodeway Inn Hardin
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The town of Cody took its name from Bill Cody, better known as Buffalo
Bill. The town is like a hub for things country and there was plenty going on in this great little place. Given it's history we decided to take in a couple of the things on offer and put in some miles late in the day rather than leave early.
First up we rode up to …
... it doesn't mean that we are over the hill...at least not as far as she seemed to assume that we were! Now for a little history of Pompeys Pillar: On July 25, 1806, near present day Billings, MT. Clark named a sandstone outcropping "Pompeys Tower (now Pompeys Pillar) after Sacagawea's son who was nicknamed Little Pomp. On the rock face Clark inscribed his name and the date. This signature is the only physical evidence "on site" of the Lewis and Clark ...
... depending on the wind - and carries her tent and everything right on her bike.
Yes, she did ride in a burqua in Iran and no, she has never been attacked or threatened in any way. She said " The world is really not the scary place we are sometimes led to believe." She is quite incredible.
Google her name--she is on Facebook and her own ...
... rolling land. The NPS has stations along the trail with artwork duplicating the view you see before you, but adding arrows to explain troop movement. At one sharp turn in the road we did come upon five Indian teenagers, riding bareback and fording the Little Bighorn River...ironic.
So what did I learn about my textbook anti-hero?
(1) Custer had won several Indian battles by capturing Indian women and children, using them ...
- 8:00 a.m. woke up early because I know I have a lot of driving to do today, so I eat my breakfast in the car.
- 11:20 a.m. had to stop at a Texaco station to get gas and ice. I have driven 217 milse already and have plenty more to go today.
- 11:25 a.m. eating lunch now so I don't have to eat while driving. I ate a pb&j.