BEST WESTERN PLUS Kelly Inn & Suites
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... the bark of the tree and has increased of late due the the warmer winters which has let it reproduce. Passed through Avalanche Pass.
Passed out of the park and stopping for morning break at an old hunting lodge, Pahaska Tepee, originally Buffalo Bills hunting lodge.
Past the ...
... the grounds of the fort. Drove 30 miles north on 90 and took state roads NE and north in Montana to Rosebud Battlefield State Park. It is on a private ranch and very primitive. Must look like it did on June 17, 1876 when Crazy Horse attacked Crook's column advancing north. Battle was a draw but huge tactical victory for Cheyenne as Crook withdrew back to Wyoming Territory and was not around 8 days later ...
... fields on the left. At mile 60 we came to Park City and took another rest break. Because we had a big breakfast so late, we’d told the staff not to bother with lunch; we’d just have a couple snack breaks and eat when we got into Laurel. It was pretty hot by the time we reached Park City at about 12:30, and we were glad to stop at a mini-mart/café and have an ice cream bar and re-fill ...
Cereal in the Hardin motel room with coffee from their office. Today we will get to Yellowstone for sure, but first we'll stop less than an hour away near Billings at Pictograph State Park which is a national heritage site. Did self-guided walk to cave with paintings -- red and black, but the black very hard to see. Lovely quiet place, spent over an hour.
Then about 12 headed for Yellowstone -- all the way on US Hwy 212. Got ...
... to their own customs. The soldiers who gathered up the dead, marked the position of their fallen comrades so that years later these wooden markers could be replaced with marble grave stones. 26 granite grave stones have also been placed where they know that an Indian was killed. Stories passed down through the generations gave the names and places where it is believed that warrior died.
There are ...