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Travel Blogs from Billings
The weather held beautiful for our visit with the grand kids and was absolutely perfect for our walk along Rock Creek with John and Kari, but with snow forecasted for that night we headed back to Billings thinking we'd be safe.
Wrong. We woke to a couple inches of the nasty stuff and it trailed us doggedly all the way through Wyoming till we got to Denver, where we finally found the sun again.
... 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 ...
... you can peer into the windows and see examples of how folks lived. You sit in rockers on the front porch and listen through speakers to a few elderly residents describe their life in Billings.
Another exhibit invites you to sit in a large overstuffed leather chair and listen to a Billings cowboy poet, song writer and singer. Cowboy poetry is filled with life experiences that come to life in your ...
... guns. I was hoping none of them went crazy and wiped out an entire tour group. But with the temperature dropping rapidly we called it quits and headed home to share a bottle of wine we bought at Yellowstone. This trip keeps us so busy there is barely time to get a drink! And on that note we will mosey on to bed as we have to have our bags out by 6.30 am in the morning, ready to head to Little Bighorn, Crazy Horse and Mount Rushmore. Cowboy up ...
... Country. It seemed to go on forever. Such huge expanses of land with an
occasional ranch house seen.
next stop was at Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument. This battle was
between the U.S. Army and the Lakota and Cheyenne Indian Tribes. Since I'm not
the military one in our family, I won't attempt to explain the battle. It is
more commonly referred to as Custer's Last Stand. The battle took place on ...