Days Inn Billings
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... traditional and our fellow worshipers were old. We took turns chasing Teddy and enjoyed their good sound system, not only in the sanctuary, but also in the hallways and fellowship hall (where Teddy spent most of the service running). Even on sabbatical we still only “kind of” experience worship together as a family.
We spent one night with my cousin Lynn in Kalispell, MT, where he gave us a tour of Glacier National Park, and then we headed down to ...
... a nice tour. On to Billings through some rain and wind. We even saw a wildfire we suspect was caused by lightning. Camped at Yellowstone River campground in Billings. Taxied to supper at Bull Mountain Steakhouse and Hooligans. Hot tonight!
Fuel White Sulphur Springs 11198 miles, 25.6 gallons, ...
An early start today. Headed for Little Big Horn National monument, and saw the actual place of Custer's Last Stand. There are small white tombstones showing where soldiers dropped and were killed. A ranger gave a really interesting presentation of what happened on that spot. Lunch at Gillette ...Walmart and other shops there, but John and I went to McDonalds. Watched the movie Dances With Wolves as ...
... as we got parked 3 more cars came in and parked next to us, then the sky opened up and just DUMPED hail about the size of grapes for about 10 minutes. Fortunately we didn't sustain any damage, but what an experience!
Finally got to the RV park and got settled in for the night. There were still large piles of hail stones all over the park, along with leaves and branches from the trees. What a mess.
Next stop the Black Hills of South Dakota.
The drive west through North Dakota was flat, very, very flat. More boring than Saskatchewan; however we did note that the Rest Areas were quite attractive, with picnic tables that have a roof and side panels so you can lunch in peace. En route we passed a town called New Salem, it's name is on the side of a grassy knoll and right on top of the town's name was a giant jersey cow. Also in the distance we saw yet another wild herd of windmills. They seem to ...