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We arrived here on Monday afternoon, and on Monday evening we met up with Clark and Pam Fletcher (Clark worked for Greg back in the Coal Creek days, and we met his folks when we came through Broadus a few years back! We had a lovely dinner at Montana Brewing Co. in downtown Billings, and then Pam and Clark came back to see our place. It was a fun night!
On Tuesday, we took some time to go to an RV Dealer and to look at several used motorhomes - just trying to ...
... 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 ...
Day 19: 2534 miles
Today I left the mountains behind me, literally, and headed east toward Billings. I hated to leave them, but I was hoping for warmer weather and sunshine. I did manage to capture some glorious views, though. Somewhere along the way, I found a quiet side road and stopped for a quick nap, followed by a little walk alongside ...
... and survived.
I think it’s amazing that our nation is able to accept not only the pretty but also the very ugly parts of our history. When you visit Civil War battlefields you hear about both armies – not just the one that won. And even though it took a few years, at the Little Big Horn battlefield we now have memorials for not only the men from the US army that died, but also a memorial for the members of ...
... animals were out, big horn sheep, wolves, grizzly bears, bald eagles, a very busy beaver and river otters. It was a fun visit. After the zoo we headed to pompy's pillar, a large rock formation where William Clark ( of Lewis & Clark ) carved his signature in the rock on his return trip from the pacific coast. This signature is the only on site physical evidence of Lewis & Clark's journey!! It was pretty cool to see!!, and what ...