Motel 6 Billings North
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We overnighted in Billings, Montana. The park had a beautiful entrance and a great office, BUT when we got to the site it was pretty much a gravel driveway. We looked for the Yellowstone River and found it a half mile away with no access. On the way downtown we were stopped by a 200 car coal train so we visited their local food store and had a wonderful dinner in the "Cottage."
... went for a drive up to the old BIllings Boothill. I wandered about and took a few pics before a rapidly approaching storm made me think about heading back to the motel.
Sorry about two boring posts in a row, but at least I have some pics this time.
... to hatch and crawl into my brain and kill me slowly). The past two mornings Mother Nature has woken me up abruptly: with a thunderstorm yesterday at 6am and with a brief rain shower this morning, also at 6am (does Mother Nature not know about 7am?). Regardless, I got up and got moving. It wasn’t all bad – in a very crowded campground I didn’t have to wait for a shower at 6:30am! I tried to take some cool pics of ...
... Roosevelt Suite but it is expensive. Everything kept well in the style. Also called in at the battleground of Custers Last Stand. Indian Plains Wars where Custer lost to Sitting Bull and the other Indian tribes and was killed. Arrived Billings around 5pm. Checked in to Kelly Inn and later went for a drive into town. Ate a really good steak at The Texas ...
... taken place here was mind boggling. We stopped at
Last Stand Hill where the 7th Cavalry Memorial stood. We also saw where Custer
had been killed. All the men under his command were lost in this battle. They
were outnumbered by about 10 to 1. Most of the dead were buried in shallow
graves at or near where they fell.
Markers for these graves were erected in 1890 by the Army and still