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 …
... where Custer and the majority of his men were killed including two of his brothers. The soldiers in a last ditched effort to live shot their horses to use as barricades which meant no possible escape and certain death. I have dreamt of going to the Little Bighorn battlefield since I was very young and first watched Errol Flynn play George Custer in the black and white film They Died with their Boots on. There is also a national ...
... and bought a corn dog at a fair which was on for 4th July. We'd arrived in town on the tail end of the big parade, and saw some of the floats and marching band, and some interesting vehicles. We chatted to a cowboy with a guitar who was waiting near the stage for his turn to perform. We didn't have time to wait to hear him, but he was nice and we ended up buying one of his DVDs for $5. I rang Chris from Cody, and had a ...
... thoroughly enjoyed our stay their, especially because they had homemade cookies and milk from 7pm-9pm as well as donuts the size of Andrew's head for breakfast. There was a pool and two hot tubs there, but we traveled over to the Holiday Inn Express to eat pizza and swim with the Krake's.
Bed by about 11:00PM, (that's been common on this trip) and ready for a 61/2 hour drive to South Dakota ...
... trains; obviously carrying coal from the open cast, with about 8 engines and a mile and a half long. We passed a huge sidings with a load of trains stacked up. If Lyn could have stopped on the interstate he would have!
We’ve been descending down from the high plateaus now for about 40 miles, and can’t be far off the Montana border. We love Montana; home of the Big Sky! It’s 86 degrees outside, but the sky is cloudy. I hope it is cooler in Glacier, or hiking ...