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... Winter is almost past. The historical signs at the Rest stops offer hints of life in another time. I watch for familiar names, still thinking I may have crossed this country in an earlier life. The trees change -- pines and then deciduous. Montana appears to be about twice as wide as Washington with a quick look at a map. Mostly we are not using a map as I-90 is the plan. And the sun shone and the weather was clear.
As fast as the rocky landscape of Theodore Roosevelt National Park appeared, it disappeared this morning when we left the campground. Back to mostly ranches but now we are seeing a lot of golden fields which we think is what is left after they cut the hay or wheat. It certainly makes for a pretty patchwork view.
Today we drove to Billings,MT which is not very far, ...
... national monument, a massive sandstone outcrop on the banks of the Yellowstone River. Clark of the Lewis and Clark expedition, named the pillar on July 25,1806 and engraved his name on the rock, which is the only physical evidence of their epic journey. Clark named the rock after Sacagawea's son, Jean Baptiste Charbonneau. Pomp means "Little Chief" in the Shoshoni language. Billings is the largest city in Montana, with a population of over 100,000. ...
What a beautiful drive!! Once we passed into Montana, we were just struck by the vastness and beauty of the area! Big sky country is so fitting, you can see forever in all directions, there are no really high mountains blocking your view, so the land and sky seem endless!! The drive to billings was gorgeous!! We will be staying here ...
... bears the names of all the soldiers, scouts, and civilians
killed in the battle. Also located on this Battlefield site was a National
Cemetery. It had been a good visit and Skip especially enjoyed seeing the site
of this historic battle.
on through the Big Sky Country, we made our way to Billings. Here we would
spend the night at the KOA. Timing was good and Dave had located an Albertson's
close to ...