Riversage Billings Inn
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... it doesn't appear to have worked. Maybe this time. We ask Escapees club to not mail the magazine so they help me set up online account to read there. I take care of a couple other things too.
We decide to check out the Museum of the Rockies in Bozeman. Originally we had planned to drive 500 miles today but plans change. Hey, why not. after all, Schedules?? ..."We don't ...
... a story that has lasted thousands of years."
The entire city of Billings seems to be surrounded by these huge buttes that rise up out of the valley like some sort of medieval battlements. Really wonderful to see.
To bed soon, and then off tomorrow to the Little Bighorn Battlefield, Devil's Tower, and Rapid City.
... 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 ...
... sure is nice now. The temps during the day are 70ish and cooler at night. We cannot get enough of seeing the open country - beautiful green colors - and the contrast between the rolling hills, mountains and valleys is spectacular. Of course, seeing all of this for the first time from the driver and passenger seats of our motorhome is so different than from our truck. Good decision to ...
... body. I took off when he passed me and I think I took my first breath about 100 yards away.
Next was when I came out of the park and I almost ran into a cow! There was a herd of them standing, sitting on and beside the road!
Now I got that out of me (again) today I headed out of the park and headed for the Beartooth Scenic Highway (Hwy 212). The scenery was great! The speed limit was 65 mph and I bet you I didn't go over 45. I ...