Fairfield Inn & Suites Billings
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... s largest Copper mine (now closed), we find a rest stop to fix our lunch. The high rugged mountains on both sides open to wide open skies. We are in "Big Sky Country"!
Should se stop in Butte to see all the interesting places? nope, let's keep going. I make some phone calls to try to reduce the snail mail. AAA says they will stop the letters. We had already called ...
... Battlefield and surrounding area. Hardin, just 14 miles north of the battlefield, was having a re-enactment and festival. My lunch on Friday was an Indian Taco, very popular around that part of the country. It begins with a piece of Indian Fry Bread, about the size of the plate, then chili, cheese, lettuce, tomato, onions and sour cream are added. Washed it down with what else? A sarsaparilla… ...
Tonight we're in Billings, MT, by the skin of our teeth.
We stopped for lunch in Bozeman at a very nice little pizza place called MacKenzie River Pizza. Features great wood-fired pizza, a broad menu of other items and a variety of locally-brewed craft beers. Had a great root beer as well.
We left town still headed eastbound on I-90 and about 10 miles out of town ran into a wicked weather front. Winds, rain and hail! The front folowed us all ...
... bodies in the fields. The American enlisted men were all buried together under the Memorial here at Little Bighorn, and the US officers were buried where their families wanted. Custer was re-interred at West Point, as that is the school from which he graduated. Custer was not the only member of his family to die that day. His two brothers, a brother-in-law and a nephew all perished.
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... Big Horn and Big Horn National Forest.
Not long after leaving Ranchester, WY we began our climb up into the Big Horn forest.....after about 6 hourse of flat, dry heat it was refreshing to suddenly get a view and feel the temperature drop. The video does the best story telling, rolling peaks followed by craggy outcrops and topped with a jaw-dropping descent......
Stoked with our run, ...