Howard Johnson Billings
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- Indoor pool
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I had filled it up last night and while it was idling somewhat roughly this morning, it ran as expected at highway speed. I ran it deep into the tanks range before filling it again at which point all previous symptoms completely vanished, and The Rocket's performance was restored to its former glory. While I admit to a certain amount of trepidation prior to leaving this morning I did not, in fact, take the Interstate route, I stuck to the ...
... herds of cows, fields of sagebrush, corn, wheat, and some other unknown crops. The GPS, that I updated right before we left on the trip, tried to detour us through a field at Belfry, Montana. Fortunately we found our own way and the GPS eventually realized we knew where we were going. Arriving into Billings we passed by a large oil refinery. Billings has three such refineries, and a coal fired power plant. We checked into our hotel and then headed on to ...
Billings, Montana - Big Sky Country; the Treasure State; the Last Best Place. The US State of Montana has a lot of nicknames, but it was this last one which resonated with me as I rode south through the Missouri Breaks. There is something mythological about this state - and I'm not just talking about the fact grocery stores sell beer. While the roadhouses and small ...
... also take a tram ride to the top of the mountain. It's quite the place. We spent nearly the entire day wondering around, enjoying the natural sights and also the human sights when people attempted to zipline.
Bridger Bowl is nearby and is known as expert-only skiing terrain. Local skiers are alerted to fresh snow by a flashing blue beacon placed on the top of the famous Baxter Hotel in downtown Bozeman. Local ...
... were now ready to go. After packing everything up and taking some bitter-sweet pictures at the Roosevelt Arch and park entrance sign (is it really time to begin the trek home already?), we hopped back into the car and set off for Billings, Montana. The three hour drive
brought the Krake's to the Holiday Inn Express and us to the Boot hill Inn five miles away.
It's called the Boot hill ...