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... license plate other than the Saskratchmybum plate on that RV.
I hope to make it to Ft. McLeod, AB or further today so it will be my last day in 'merica! I really love traveling in the US, the country's got problems alright, but the people are mostly good. Obviously I don't go to places where the people are bad, but I have always enjoyed traveling in 'merica, and I will do so again in the future.
Talk soon.........from Canada!
... all this in. I strongly recommend visiting this place. You will never regret it.
We got to our campground in Billings (the Billings KOA) around 4 pm. It's the first KOA campground built, but you would never know it. It's very nice and it's right on the Yellowstone River. We have spectacular views from our campsite.
Check out the pictures of Little Big Horn - you'll love them.
Love to all.
... to picture the herds of buffalo that once roamed here or the great cattle drives of the early cowboys. The people of Montana seem to reflect this extra legroom of their home in their kindly frontier attitude. A little short on change? Someone's got you covered. Pay phone not working? Someone will pass you their cell phone. These may just be personal experiences of ...
... for that evening. Every Thursday at a different location several blocks of downtown are blocked off, a stage is erected, vendor booths are setup, local bars (and there are many) are opened and the party begins. Most of the local bars have open air storefronts and sell drinks to walk-up customers. It's a great way to boost business although being a college town (Montana State University),
A morning spent ...
... it was built in the shadow of the Boot hill Cemetery, which includes the graves of some iconic old-west heroes such as the town's first mayor, Muggins Taylor, who survived the Battle of Little Big Horn and escaped to tell the town of Custer's death. It's called the Boot hill Cemetery because most of the people buried there died "with their boots on", in other words, not of natural causes.