Big Timber River Valley Inn
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It's Hanson Blogging from Big Timber, Montana! The landscape has defiantly been changing this past week. We have experienced flat grasslands, incredible badlands and now towering mountains!
In my last blog, I described how we arrived in Wall, Wyoming to end it. I don't think I described how we visited the badlands that evening. Once we set up the trailer, we drove off to Badlands National Park. If you are not familiar with badlands ...
During June, 2014, a group from Christ Church, Cody, Wyoming, went on a pilgrimage seeking a deeper understanding of their Christian roots through the lives of St. Mungo, St. Columba, St. Aiden, St. Cuthbert, St. Hild (more commonly St. Hilda) and St. Bede; the communities they established; and the work they did in the world spreading the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
On Sunday, August 10th, the ...
... stay here are pretty quiet and the kids go to bed early so very quiet. Such a nice spot... http://www.springcreekcampground.com/sp ringcreekcampground_002.htm After breaking camp this morning, we went into the town of Big Timber and were amazed that nothing was open at 10am...and that the only restaurant on the main drag was part of an old hotel and only served the hotel guests!!!! We only found a coffee shop open and it was a souvenir/women's clothing /book store... ...
Up ahead Ann saw a puff of dust, dirt, or something rise up. A few moments later as we passed we saw that there had been an accident on the freeway (apparently an SUV towing a U-Haul, with the U-Haul on it's tail, trailer tongue in the air, and the SUV all beat up! There was a fence between us and the freeway, but several cars and truckers had already stopped and were helping ...
... full of Indian and old west history and quite detailed about certain battles between Indians and Homesteaders and Cattle men and those that wanted the land for other uses.
We then wandered down to the Occidental Hotel where the Sundance Kid, Wild Bill, Calamity Jane and Teddy Roosevelt all stayed at one time or another. We saw the bullet holes in the bar from long ago bar fights. All very interesting. Didn't seem to be enough time to see everything so left the ...