Kelly Inn Billings
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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Handy motel clean comfortable. Can hear other guests from room.
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... right in front of us. There were hundreds of buffalo throughout the part and we also saw deer, long-horn sheep and antelope. It was awesome. It's just as beautiful as when we visited a number of years ago.
I won't go on any longer........the pictures will tell all. It was a spectacular day........long, but worth every moment.
Love to all.
... on the radio! PERFECT!!.... pedal to the floor and it east bound and down! We are heading to Moorcroft just over the Wyoming state line... Cowboy country, and looking around at the rolling hills its easy to see why. The weather is good and it nice to get some sun on the face.
We roll down the road with ease... I think I might have mentioned this in a previous blog... but drivers in the US know exactly what the left lane is for!! and ...
So occasionally it seems Cliffy and I have days that never end...... and whilst we had a great day leaving Sturgis via Devils Tower, The Spotted Horse - it was a long hot and thirsty ride through Wyoming. What a state of contrasts....on one hand we were looking at rolling hills, rivers and ravines and on the other hand we were watching the oil pumps continuing their up and down serenade as ...
... t bothered by crowds. At one point Fred and the kids were in watching the wolves and I went over to see the Grizzlies (I couldn’t resist when I spotted one sitting upright on her bear bottom and looking so cute) and while I was there, the other female Grizzly in the enclosure started play-fighting with the sitting bear. Suddenly it was all on with them roaring at each other and standing on their hind legs batting each other with their ...
... that this whole mountain range was comparable in size to Aoraki Mount Cook!
The views up here were stunning. No photos could capture this, no words could relate.
With the awe still simmering hot, I knew the wows were far from over with Yellowstone next. I'm beginning to believe there's so much more than the existing stereotypes to this vast exciting land of mountains, rivers, snowfields, lakes, forests, plains, geysers, wild animals...