Motel 6 Billings North
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... which is a cowboy camp dinner with host Happy Pappy who welcomes you in true Western Hospitality - after he held up our coach on the way in. It did drizzle with rain most of the time, so we couldn't sit around the camp fire after dinner and have the traditional sing song - but he is a true character. ...
We headed to the Little Bighorn battlefield, about an hour's drive from Billings. This is one of my favourite places in the USA. People may think that a battlefield in the middle of nowhere an odd place to enjoy but screw you, I like it. The battle has fascinated me for years as no one really knows 100 for sure what happened on that hillside in 1876. Sure we have a fair idea, but 100%, nuh uh.
For those of you ...
... the road. Ok. Sure. A little bit further up they were right. 20-30 black cows were just walking all over the road. We had to manoeuvre around these cows. I blipped the throttle, nothing. Honked the horn, nothing. Get out of the way you friggin animals. It was at least a 20%25 grade so stopping was out of the question. Also the further up we went the colder and colder it got. Then it started to rain a bit. It was freezing. Then ...
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Before we knew it it was time to move on to another city. Bozeman is our next stop.
... scenery changed. Much
of the terrain was barren, rugged, but yet, there was a beauty to it.
Occasionally we would pass a ranch house -- mostly they sat way back from the
road. Of course, we saw lots of cattle grazing and lots of horses as well as
many sheep. This was true 'cowboy country.
began to wonder what it would be like living so isolated such as this. Mundane
questions like -- how did you get groceries, or ...