Country Inn & Suites By Carlson - Billings
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... of the Gaperguide. The approach to Yellowstone through the East entrance is considered the most beautiful and scenic. We can understand why many have that opinion. The terrain changes quickly from the lush Yellowstone, to canyon walls similar to the Grand Canyon but farther apart, as we get closer to Cody the terrain turns more high desert like. We pass the Buffalo Bill Reservoir and through a tunnel in the mountain and drop into Cody, Wyoming. Cody is a ...
... everyone should experience ( I mean how often do you get to see a heard of basin **** in the woods??). Idk if it was the elevation or the beauty but Shimmy just wasn't herself today....for example we got suddenly stopped on our drive due to 'tree cutting' she was complaining about the car in front of us; due to her bad case of road rage, having their hazard lights on. She observed that the car was from Michigan and made some comment about ...
... the road as we have a long way to go.
we are back on the Highway and cruising along .... why are there so many bikes?? , but then it clicked and we realized that Sturgis had just been going on and everyone was taking there bike butts home.
Having rode for 21 days in New Zealand on one... I have to say I am a little disapointed to see so many bikes on trailers being pulled by big ass trucks and 5th wheels ... hard core Harley ...
... formation, we walked around the base of it which is 2 kms and a great walk.
After Devils Tower we had lunch back in Gillette then headed to the Memorial of Little Big Horn, this is where General George Custer fought in the battle with Sitting Bull and Custer lost his life.
We left there for dinner in Billings and then onto our ...
... Big Horn and Big Horn National Forest.
Not long after leaving Ranchester, WY we began our climb up into the Big Horn forest.....after about 6 hourse of flat, dry heat it was refreshing to suddenly get a view and feel the temperature drop. The video does the best story telling, rolling peaks followed by craggy outcrops and topped with a jaw-dropping descent......
Stoked with our run, ...