Boothill Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... in July. We spent 3 hours here - mostly at the Buffalo Bill Historical Centre which has 5 sections: Buffalo Bill Museum, Natural History, Western Art, Firearms - never seen so many guns in my life and Plains Indian Museum. Very well done.
Moved into the state of Montana and ...
... pictures. Being at this site brought history to life. With Shiloh the past 2 years Bob has now seem the two out of the way, hard to reach from Olney battlefields he wanted to visit. Tomorrow we go to Bozeman. It is 140 miles and 2 hours west of here. We will do it in 8 hours by following the scenic Beartooth Highway along the Montana/Wyoming border, through northern part of Yellowstone and then north to ...
... of the north (not quite a headwind) so it helped keep us a bit cooler. By 2:00 we were pulling into the Locomotive Inn in Laurel, MT. A nice place, with an indoor pool that we, Lea, and Gayle put to use immediately! After that nice cooling off, we just loafed in the motel until 5, when we went for an early dinner at the Mexican restaurant next door. The temperature on the reader board read 97 degrees!
... repair at the top: cars followed guided truck through complex roadworks.
Got to Yellowstone at 5 PM and they told us at the gate that the first 3 campsites that we would reach were already full! We were hoping everything would be clear now that "Labor Day" had passed, and because we were coming into the park on the least used approach. We drove an hour to 4th campsite (Tower Fall, a small site just above guess what -- ...
... look over these beautiful fields and think of the horror that happened over those 2 days. After we took the tour, we drove back over the roads so that we could take some pictures. (Funny how the van driver wouldn't stop for me like Fred does). I wanted to go back to the beginning because I had seen a horse on the top of the hill, just looking out over the battlefield and I wanted to see if he was still there. When ...