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... the bugs and the dry air my eyes have turned this attractive shade of red, as evidenced in this, only slightly terrifying, selfie. I took this about 5 minutes after getting out of the wind so it might explain my maniacal expression.
I made it into Billings, MT about 1900h, having driven about 800 km, my highest mileage day of the trip thus far, in the worst conditions. I think given a choice, I would take pouring rain over brutal headwind. My ...
... exit off of I-94. I wouldn't want to break down on this road. And, no traffic.
Before we got to Billings, we stopped at Little Big Horn Battlefield. This is where Custer and his troops were defeated (and died) after an enormous battle with Sitting Bull and the Cheyenne and Arapaho Indians. The tribes were fighting to preserve their way of life which the US Army was trying to destroy. Custer was only 37 ...
Billings, Montana - Big Sky Country; the Treasure State; the Last Best Place. The US State of Montana has a lot of nicknames, but it was this last one which resonated with me as I rode south through the Missouri Breaks. There is something mythological about this state - and I'm not just talking about the fact grocery stores sell beer. While the roadhouses and small ...
It was about a 6 hours drive from Rapid City to Billings, MT. Once we crossed the border into Montana the terrain took on a very distinctive look. The area becomes much more mountainous but still displayed vast prairies with the Yellowstone River running through the countryside. Pictures just cannot do justice to the raw beauty of this area of the United States.
We began our exploration of Billings with a ...
... at every national park or monument we visit.
The hot springs are not nearly so amazing as many people (such as Mr. Krake) remember them, because many of them have dried up for unknown reasons. Some were still colorful, though, and we took some great pictures!
As Mary Kate, Andrew, Dad, Conner, and Kaitlyn had climbed to the top of the hill behind our cabin one last time this ...