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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Red Lodge
... trip. I was one-handing my camera the entire time. 200 pictures from beginning to end but wow.
This is God's country. The American Indian Cancer Foundation is trying to blend the value modern medicine can provide with Native American Culture. This is not easy and when you ride a bike across America you see how vast their task is. Trying to provide access to vital cancer preventive services to Native American reservations across ...
... that is peace." - quote by Black Elk, young Indian who survived the battle.
4;30 - Back on 90 West. Pass by Billings, MT at 'rush hour' but there was no traffic.
6 PM - Arrived at nice Super 8 in Columbus, Montana. Had dinner at 307 Bar & Grille. I had fish tacos & spouse had fish & chips.
Both are delicious. (Yes, both had fish in middle of Montana... what can I say?!)
... that leads into Yellowstone National Park, our first destination tomorrow. Red Lodge is a quaint, resort town with a main street lined with specialty shops and restaurants. It's a cold evening and snow is plowed up along the curbs. We dined at the Red Lodge Cafe, then walked along Main Street for a bit before turning in for the ...
... 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 ...
... or changed meaning, since I went to school!
Anyway, I'm getting away from my subject. When was the last time that you visited Yellowstone? When your parents took you there as a kid? When you took your kids there? Your grandchildren? I bet most of my American friends have visited Yellowstone at one time or another. So, I'm not going to write a long report about what I did. I will post some photos with comments and hope that suffices. ...