Crowne Plaza Billings
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Thursday 20th August 2014, Day 7: Leaving at 8am in light rain and heading out the SE exit to the Yellowstone Park. We will be going from 9,000ft to 5,000ft and from forest to desert. Someone spotted a bull elk in the trees, but we were past it, but the driver did a Uie with the aid of a right turning road - it was still there, but we didn't get a …
... was showing the closest station 150 km away. Nice. There was no way I was going to be stranded 12,000' up with hundreds of bison, bears and buffalo and i would have nothing to do but wait. GPS are wrong. 4 miles up the road was a station thank god. I have never ever seen so many switch backs in all my life. We must have seen 25-50. And that was just going up. As we got higher, about 4,000' there was a neon sign warning is of ...
... a bobble head again looking at the views which changed every corner. The highway seemed to go around and around a mountain and down the other side. I loved riding it! there were straight-ways, sweeping curves and hairpin curves that were set at 25 mph.
I didn't see any animals but I did get stopped for 30 mins at a construction site. Who knows where I'll be tomorrow, I have two more places I want to visit before I consider returning home.
... trance the mind into a hypnotic stupor. The ride home was long, bodies aching from the river as well as from all the horse travel. Sleep will come quickly tonight - an optimal predicament. For in the morning we’ll get up and do it all over again...
Our last morning in Billings lead to Stella's for a superb breakfast. This would set us up for the final trip back to Minneapolis and a chance to say farewell to Marnie and Chris. Neither of us could believe we had been in ...
... there to call everybody “***********”) and an uncountable amount of what had to be about 2,000 casinos in the entire state. We cruised past Pactola Lake (picture) and shot back out onto the plains right as the skies cleared to a most beautiful blue. I observed a backdrop of gigantic mountains to the West, my first view of the outlying Rockies on the trip. Certainly not the last.
We veered slightly into Wyoming. While ...