Hampton Inn Billings
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... which is the largest city in the area between Denver and Calgary (Montana joins the Canadian border).It i the 4th largest state, but 44th in population with 1/2m people. 60% of it is prairie and 7 of the 8 Indian Reservations are in Montana. Passed a long coal train and they have had the largest ...
... Before too long we enter the U.S. and arrive in Glendive a few hours later, for what has become customary for Linda and I, supper at the Pizza Hut.
Refuel and hit the Interstate, as the countryside transforms to the Hills and ranchland of Montana. A few more hours on the road and our stop for the night is in view, ...
... the road. Ok. Sure. A little bit further up they were right. 20-30 black cows were just walking all over the road. We had to manoeuvre around these cows. I blipped the throttle, nothing. Honked the horn, nothing. Get out of the way you friggin animals. It was at least a 20%25 grade so stopping was out of the question. Also the further up we went the colder and colder it got. Then it started to rain a bit. It was freezing. Then ...
... it had passed before I even reached it. It just made me awestruck at how awesome this world is. So amazing!!
Greg and I kept driving and we kept seeing signs for the Mitchell, SD Corn Palace. "World's Only Corn Palace," one sign said. I said to Greg, "This I've GOT to see!!" So, we took our first unexpected digression of the trip and sought out this Corn Palace. Luckily it was only a few short blocks off ...
... trains; obviously carrying coal from the open cast, with about 8 engines and a mile and a half long. We passed a huge sidings with a load of trains stacked up. If Lyn could have stopped on the interstate he would have!
We’ve been descending down from the high plateaus now for about 40 miles, and can’t be far off the Montana border. We love Montana; home of the Big Sky! It’s 86 degrees outside, but the sky is cloudy. I hope it is cooler in Glacier, or hiking ...