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In the late afternoon we still had some time so we decided to do the wildlife loop in Custer State Park. The deer and other closely related animals were like cockroaches in New York City! Seriously, they were coming out of the forest all around us so much so that we stopped even mentioning them to each other because folks looking out the other side were just as entertained (: Never seen so many.
We got stuck in a ...
Before today, I had never seen a burro in the wild.
We both love any opportunity to wildlife—so this was a great day.
There were single lane tunnels along the roads.
After being in awe at all of the wildlife, we start through the Needles area of Custer State Park. ...
... on the highway while climbing to 6400 feet. Sally played chicken with a motorcycle who entered the tunnel after we did. She was good and backed out of the tunnel but gave the driver "a look!" We have traveled many highways in our adventures but this road was a classic. Now back in our room getting ready for a lite dinner in Custer at The Purple Pie Place. Just returned from our dinner S- bowl of Chicken Noodle Soup, ...
... We left the 50,000 silver dollar place in/near Superior, Montana yesterday morning at about 8am and arrived here in Billings around 6pm (now Mountain time - MST). A lovely campsite near the Yellowstone River. Somewhere during the day we left familiar territory as, to the best of my recollection, we have not been this far east in Montana. We crossed the Continental Divide at 6393 feet, passed Missoula, Butte, and Bozeman (nice rest area ...
... of a cathedral.
Our destination in the park was Sylvan Lake. Our guide suggested it was the most scenic for a nice hike. The lake is surrounded by huge walls of stone and behind the lake it descends into what is called Sunday Gulch. We hiked the lake shore trail and a good portion of the Gulch trail. The Gulch trail is pretty challenging as it makes a very deep decent and crosses a stream several ...