Fairfield Inn & Suites Billings
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... Reservoir which has a 353ft wall and cost $929,000 and is used to irrigate the basin between the mountains which has less than 10" of rain, and is now a successful agricultural region. Lots of maze, vegetable, a lot of hay and cows. The hills changed to granite and we went through 2 tunnels and ...
... else? A sarsaparilla… the forerunner of root beer. Down the street, I came upon an old John Deere engine turning an ice cream freezer.
I love visiting second hand stores and there are several in Hardin. Found an old 10" black and white TV much like the first one we had in 1956. I can remember watching the screen while my dad was on the roof adjusting the antenna trying ...
... 4 different times. There are warnings all over the park. "Wild animals are dangerous" many visitors have been gored by buffalo and elk yet you still see them getting out of their cars, running over and snapping pictures. 4 hours into the park we stopped at ole faithful. Hundreds of people gathered around to watch it spew. During the times it doesn't spew it releases a steady stream of steam. And when she does release look out. ...
... you listen to the words and music.
There are rotating exhibits in the museum and we were fortunate to see artwork of many western artist. To our surprise, there were 2 artists' works displayed whom we had the pleasure to meet in AZ; Judith Durr and Roger Krull. Judith's paintings make you wonder if you are looking through an open window rather than at a painting." The detail and clarity of her art is ...
... and when I first saw it, I thought: uh-oh, tourist trap. The building is covered in murals made of corn (husks, cobs, kernels, you name a corn part, it's on the building). Of course, Greg and I took pictures (check them out with this posting) and then we went inside where we come to find out the "Palace" is actually an arena for youth and community events. Dual purpose building, I love it!! Tourist trap AND community ...