Billings Comfort Inn
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Our trip began around 9:30am with farewells to Bryant and Priya. Sure will miss them, but we are ready for the journey home.
East of Butte, MT in to Wyoming we noticed the haze of smoke again from fires in California and Oregon. Eastern Montana is very dry, only green where they irrigate.
Was a rather short day, with only about …
... all our hopes on National/Alamo. Like Batman they came to our rescue at a slightly higher price with a Chevrolet Sonic! We were back in the game! Crisis averted, we headed off to our first stop in Montana, the Little Bighorn river. On the 25th of July 1876 almost 100 years after the Declaration of Independence General George Armstrong Custer lead 215 men of the US 7th Cavalry against more than 3000 Native American warriors and ...
... America and is a Smithsonian affiliated museum. The museum features five different areas each with a different focus. Buffalo Bill, Natural History (animals), Local Indian Culture, Western Art, and Guns. They are all worth exploring. I found the Buffalo Bill and Natural History most interesting. The Gun museum is a bit overwhelming unless you are a serious gun person. I am not sure how many guns are on exhibition but I lost count at 3,478. The Natural ...
... 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!
... in places it would be 55 in CA. This may be why California drivers have a bad rep but we slowed down to the appropriate speed. On the highways 80mph was the norm, maybe if the blue dragon had guts we would have been Nas Carin' it up! Fortunately for the locals it's a freakin 4 cylinder Saturn. The mountain ranges and rivers are amazing, we found it weird that most of the shops and restaurants were closed at 3pm so we kept driving.