Holiday Inn - The Grand Montana Billings
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... the "rim" which was a large wall of rock formed millions of years ago that surrounds Billings. There was a walking path along one part of it which reminded me of the walking path along Lake Murray dam. So instead of walking the dam, we walked the rim!
We also visited the Moss Mansion. It was built by a very wealthy man, P.B. Moss. Mr. Moss bought two banks in Billings in the early 1900’s and continued to ...
... in July. We spent 3 hours here - mostly at the Buffalo Bill Historical Centre which has 5 sections: Buffalo Bill Museum, Natural History, Western Art, Firearms - never seen so many guns in my life and Plains Indian Museum. Very well done.
Moved into the state of Montana and ...
... and switchback curves the entire ride and the elevation you climb is unbelievable. At the top, we were above the clouds. And yes, you'll see in some of the pictures, there is snow on the mountains. The temperature went from almost 90 when we started to 45 when we got to the top. It was definitely a little chilly. Of course we were dressed ...
... around the campfire (actually it was quite hot sitting there) and the main cowboy guy sang and played his guitar. He's apparently been in lots of movies and used to be a stuntman. Another guy had recited some funny bush poetry while we were eating, and just before we got back on the bus, an Indian chief on horseback came close by in the paddock and just sat and stared. He had all the gear and big feathered head-dress on. All ...
... a coyote all decided to cross the road in front of us or just stroll alongside the bus before crossing. Very cool to see them up so close. (In the safety of the bus cos those bison and elk are HUGE!) Our first stop was Buffalo Bill Cody's first hunting lodge to visit the restrooms and the gift store. We went walking instead and checked out the original lodge etc. We then drove to the town of Cody where there is an amazing museum that ...