Rodeway Inn Hardin

Address: 1324 North Crawford, Hardin, Montana, 59034, United States | Hotel
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      Big Horn

      A travel blog entry by robno1065 on Jun 25, 2014

      10 photos

      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 …

      Devil’s Tower

      A travel blog entry by minnieandme on Oct 17, 2014

      14 photos

      The day began with a heavy fog hanging over the campground. I could see bright light behind it and I kept waiting for it to clear, but by 10 a.m. was impatient and drove to the tower hoping it would be above the fog. It was perfect timing as the fog was just burning off. I had wondered why there was a drop-off area for trailers at the bottom. It’s because there’s so little room ...

      Finishing a part of our 2001 Lewis and Clark Trip

      A travel blog entry by dwlp.travelkids on Aug 13, 2014

      6 comments, 26 photos

      ... it doesn't mean that we are over the 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 ...

      PostScript from Hardin

      A travel blog entry by giddy-up-go on Jul 28, 2014

      3 photos

      ... Yes, her skin looks like leather--she says she is going to have a facelift when she gets off the road! She was dressed stylishly, even with bracelets up her arm, earrings and a beautiful necklace. She is from South Africa.

      Most enviable-- she struggles to eat enough to keep her energy. I guess so! A role model in courage for us all ;-)


      General Custer: Hero or Fool?

      A travel blog entry by giddy-up-go on Jul 27, 2014

      12 photos

      ... Indian braves surrendered when this tactic was used, at least in those earlier battles. His seemingly foolhardy strategy at Little Bighorn was an attempt to duplicate his earlier success, only he was too late. The women and children escaped ahead of him, putting him in a position where he had to flee the oncoming mass of warriors and retreat to high ground.

      (2) Custer and 41 of his men shot their horses and lay flat behind their ...