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... in all directions and see how the battle developed over two hot days of June 25 - 26, 1876. A paved drive brings you along the park with markers to tell the story.
The Battlefield also contains a National Cemetery with rows of traditional marble markers you see at Arlington Cemetery. Both military and civilians are buried here since the 1800's.
From Crow Agency, MT we drove westward on I-90 which pretty much follows the ...
... the heat the day before, and another long day driving in the heat again we were pretty tired after seeing the waterfalls. We decided to make our way north and out of the park and off to Bozeman for the night. Funnily enough, Ryan's cousin Shane who we were going to see in Bigfork happened to be in Bozeman for the night aswell; and so we went out for dinner at a Japanese habachi restaurant. It was a great night and an awesome way to start the next three nights with them in ...
... morning. This became a little more of a concern as it became obvious we were coming to a dock a few kilometres south of our campground. It turned out that Port Liberte was not Liberty Harbor! So we got to take the ferry back again past the Statue to Pier 11, and then catch the correct ferry to Liberty Harbor. Fortunately, each ferry is only about 20 minutes, and we were in no hurry at all, so it was really a bonus ride.
Today, our second day, the plan was ...
... and solidifying relationships.
Camping in North Dakota was a fun way to ring in this year, and it was especially satisfying for me to see that Micah and Zola have become quite comfortable sleeping in their sleeping bags in our tent. One of the things on my Montana bucket list is backpacking with the family. So, being at home in the tent provides a solid foundation.
Our first week back in Bozeman produced a sea ...
We heard them coming, as the deep droning sound of the Harley broke the silence around the quiet serene St Mary's RV park in Beautiful Glacier national park, Mark & Teri Bittinger our great friends from Bozeman arrived on their rented Harley, looking like a couple of bikies. Little did I realise that as Mike was admiring the Harley that his mind was typically racing at a 100 miles an hour which would lead to yet another adventurous experience ...