Holiday Inn - The Grand Montana Billings
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... right in front of us. There were hundreds of buffalo throughout the part and we also saw deer, long-horn sheep and antelope. It was awesome. It's just as beautiful as when we visited a number of years ago.
I won't go on any longer........the pictures will tell all. It was a spectacular day........long, but worth every moment.
Love to all.
... back, we saw that he was! I took several pictures and was reminded of the statistic the Indian woman told us that the only surviving American horse from this battle was Comanche, a Cavalry Captain's horse. Maybe the horse on the hill was remembering his ancestors too.
On the way home, we could see a rain storm moving south of us and I was able to take some cool pictures. The ...
... have it the gates had just opened for the day. Could not have picked a better day, the sun is up and its a great morning. The National Parks Girl, was cute too ;)
$10 each and I have to say it was well worth it! If you get the chance to stop, do so. It is hard to imagine unless you see it. To stand at the top of the hill and look around, one has to wonder why the hell they just didnt run!!!!!
After a quick stop its time to get ...
... perhaps a career change is on the cards. It was inevitable that after the fun in the sun our hunger would get the better of us. Enter the first mistake of the day - ordering the 'cardiac arrest' burger from Burger Bobs. We now truly believe it means what it says! What followed was a long drive home with stomachs bursting at the seams. Needless to say as soon as the body hit the bed, lights blacked out immediately...
The smell of roasted meat overpowers all other senses. ...
... there to call everybody “***********”) and an uncountable amount of what had to be about 2,000 casinos in the entire state. We cruised past Pactola Lake (picture) and shot back out onto the plains right as the skies cleared to a most beautiful blue. I observed a backdrop of gigantic mountains to the West, my first view of the outlying Rockies on the trip. Certainly not the last.
We veered slightly into Wyoming. While ...