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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Red Lodge
... I thought this would be a great opportunity to snap a few pictures (I like to photograph old structures). Little did I know we had stopped at the site of the Smith Mine Disaster; the worst mining disaster in the state of Wyoming. This abandoned village was left as a memorial to those who died in the disaster.
We continued on to Red Lodge which would serve as our entry point for the Beartooth Highway.
Today, after a breakfast of biscuits & gravy, we visited the Little Bighorn Battlefield National Park. Until George W Bush signed a law change in 1991 it was called Custer's National Park so Bush did something worthwhile after all. It's amazing to see the actual terrain where the battle took place and the hilltop where Custer fell. He was earlier party to a huge double cross against the ...
Had another scare this morning at the hotel. Jess misplaced Scott's wallet...yeah not good. We ransacked the Jeep, searched the hotel room, and even called the previous gas station and it was nowhere to be found. As we began to discuss turning it around all together, divine intervention happened and I found it in the sleeve of ...
... After much discussion she named him Dennis. There's a photo of Clara and Dennis and a carved bear statue attached. After Cooke City we crossed back into Wyoming and got on the Beartooth Highway through the Beartooth mountains. Along the way we came across a herd of cattle on the road. Several ranchers were there trying to get them to move along and one told us to just inch our way through. That's what we did! It was very funny and we all got a kick out of being among ...
... dealer's contract to found out (it's a V-6, I found out). But it has 306 hp. The lady ranger and I talked for half an hour and covered a lot of subjects. As a college student she went to Europe with her class. Her teacher, a German theology professor, took them to Amsterdam's redlight district to see the women on display ('totally shocking. I was an innocent Wyoming girl.') He was also a ballroom dancer and showed her how to do. ...