Fairfield Inn & Suites Billings
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... frustrating by my desire to have a higher mileage day than usual so my Thursday could end in Canada, and my last day be shorter.
My upper body, head and neck were getting sore from fighting the cross wind so about 100 km south of Sheridan, WY I pulled over in a truck parking area and had a nap on the road next to my bike. I slept for about an hour, and while I was out, the wind changed direction slightly, I went to sleep in a crosswind and woke up in a ...
... 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.
After removing everything from our closets and drawers to downstairs storage, our home looks like it's staged for sale. We got the house ready for our kids to temporarily occupy after the sale of their house and before they get their new one ready to move into. We left Denver on June 3--first stop Billings, Montana to say good-bye to Annie's family and friends. ...
... time and again, I've found that people more connected to the land, like those found in Montana, are much more willing to help you get around on it (although maybe it's just a desire to help me get off of their land). So, if it's open skies, mountain vistas and friendly roadside assistance you're after, Montana is a place that makes it very easy to be on the road ...
... money is greatly appreciated :)
Feeling like we really covered a lot in a few short hours, I knew we still had a long drive to Montana for the night, so we pushed off and headed west... again. 90 takes a dip into Wyoming for about 200 miles so we got to see lots, and lots, and lots of cattle and horses and ranches. 1000's of acres. It really was beautiful. God's Country, I call it. I could see for miles and ...