Hilton Garden Inn Billings
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- Swimming pool
- Indoor pool
- Conference facilities
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... cool so we just spent the remainder of the day inside playing rummy.
On Monday we left Buffalo and went on to Billings, Montana. The scenery along the way was very nice but would have been nicer without the fog and drizzle! By the time we got to Billings it was sunny and hazy. We've had hazy days in most of the places we’ve been to last week and this week due to forest fires in Canada.
In Billings we ...
... out next to the Buffalo Bill River at the base of the dam. The reservoir is 8 miles from Cody - this road had to built before the dam started in 1906. Cody, Wyoming has a population of 9,000 and is 5000ft above sea level. It is where they make ear tags for cattle and they have rodeos and a ...
... pictures. Being at this site brought history to life. With Shiloh the past 2 years Bob has now seem the two out of the way, hard to reach from Olney battlefields he wanted to visit. Tomorrow we go to Bozeman. It is 140 miles and 2 hours west of here. We will do it in 8 hours by following the scenic Beartooth Highway along the Montana/Wyoming border, through northern part of Yellowstone and then north to ...
... from dinner at a cowboy chuck wagon cookout and it was lots of fun. When our bus was about to turn off into the track to the bush camp, two bandits on horses circled us, and then one came on demanding our money, and all that stuff. We were all handed nice red kerchiefs to put around our necks, and we chose our own cowboy type hats to wear, and after a delicious steak and beans dinner at long tables under canvas, we sat ...
... repair at the top: cars followed guided truck through complex roadworks.
Got to Yellowstone at 5 PM and they told us at the gate that the first 3 campsites that we would reach were already full! We were hoping everything would be clear now that "Labor Day" had passed, and because we were coming into the park on the least used approach. We drove an hour to 4th campsite (Tower Fall, a small site just above guess what -- ...