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Travel Blogs from Billings
... 50 at least 3 or 4 different times. There are warnings all over the park. "Wild animals are dangerous" many visitors have been gored by buffalo and elk yet you still see them getting out of their cars, running over and snapping pictures. 4 hours into the park we stopped at ole faithful. Hundreds of people gathered around to watch it spew. During the times it doesn't spew it releases a steady stream of steam. And when she ...
... everyone should experience ( I mean how often do you get to see a heard of basin **** in the woods??). Idk if it was the elevation or the beauty but Shimmy just wasn't herself today....for example we got suddenly stopped on our drive due to 'tree cutting' she was complaining about the car in front of us; due to her bad case of road rage, having their hazard lights on. She observed that the car was from Michigan and made some ...
It was about a 6 hours drive from Rapid City to Billings, MT. Once we crossed the border into Montana the terrain took on a very distinctive look. The area becomes much more mountainous but still displayed vast prairies with the Yellowstone River running through the countryside. Pictures just cannot do justice to the raw beauty of this area of the United States.
We began our exploration of Billings with a ...
... the entire wall of the hotel. The soup and salad lunch was all home made and delicious. We then headed to Billings which is a large town that is really very industrial and not terribly pretty, so it was lucky that we were booked into the Happy Pappy Cowboy Cookout for dinner. That was actually a bit of fun. We drove out of town and when we turned off the main road, a couple of gun toting cowboys held up our bus and took us to the campsite ...
... you do if your washing
machine broke down, or what happened if
you needed to see a doctor? Certainly people who lived like this were hardy
continued our journey through Wyoming soon meeting up with our old friend
-- I90. The scenery did not change too
much, but it did get hilly. We could see snow capped mountains in the distance.
Soon we were entering Montana and learned why Montana is called Big ...