Boothill Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... system, Sirius radio or ability to listen to the iPod through the system. We're roughing it! Drove down from the airport into the small city of Billings looking for our hotel. It was only about 1:00 local Mountain Time, but we were hoping to get the room early and rest. We stopped at a Dairy Queen. I needed a small lunch to hold me over until the evening. I got a chili hotdog combo. Jean had the soda and fries, I has a small banana shake. Now statisfied, we found ...
... s largest Copper mine (now closed), we find a rest stop to fix our lunch. The high rugged mountains on both sides open to wide open skies. We are in "Big Sky Country"!
Should se stop in Butte to see all the interesting places? nope, let's keep going. I make some phone calls to try to reduce the snail mail. AAA says they will stop the letters. We had already called ...
... arrived, and by the time we left less than half an hour later it was 88 (and climbing).
A couple miles out of town, we hit the 2nd hill of the day – a fairly steep (7%) climb for about 1 ½ miles. It wasn’t really hard, but it was kind of hot. But the view from the top was really nice! From there we just cruised on at 16-20 mph with alfalfa fields on the right ...
... Battlefield and surrounding area. Hardin, just 14 miles north of the battlefield, was having a re-enactment and festival. My lunch on Friday was an Indian Taco, very popular around that part of the country. It begins with a piece of Indian Fry Bread, about the size of the plate, then chili, cheese, lettuce, tomato, onions and sour cream are added. Washed it down with what else? A sarsaparilla… ...
... 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.