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... has a unique design where you go from the top level to the bottom level like you are going from high altitude to the lower altitudes Yellowstone and the Cody region. They have excellent animals on display and exhibits on various elements of the region. We learn lots of new things like there are burrowing owls who live underground. The Buffalo Bill Museum tells the story of William F Cody and alter personal Buffalo Bill. He acquired his famous nick name when he ...
... proceed to a liquor store/casino which has happy hour everyday from 4-7 Shimmy gets chills from excitement, we don't have a problem. We ask the bartender with a cat tank on what the specials are and after he said $1 wells we stopped him and ordered 2 doubles each before it could end. Overall I guess you could say Montana reminded us of home.
Also could anyone explain to us the difference between bison and buffalo? Help us...we are so ...
... see in the movies or on TV!! So we do our rendition of Chevy Chase ... nod twice , snap a picture as we drive by and its off down the road.
Maybe it was the fact we saw the Crazy Horse one first, might have been the rain? ...or maybe it was the fact we still had 6 hours of driving to go and it was already 2pm.
Not saying you should not go, but to be honest, the Battlefield of Custer's Last Stand was worth more time!
... you again this time to their city ending with "I hope you enjoy our town; we're glad to have you!"
Bozeman has a very active and lively downtown which encourages and invites both locals and visitors to frequent the area and participate in weekly scheduled activities. The top rated things to do in the Bozeman area are The Museum of the Rockies, Palisade Falls, downtown Bozeman, Bridger Bowl, Gallatin Canyon and ...
... to the great Sioux Reservation in Dakota Territory. Here on June 25 and 26 of 1876, 263 soldiers, including Lt. Col. George A. Custer and attached personnel of the U.S. Army died fighting several thousand Lakota, and Cheyenne warriors.
The Battle of the Little Bighorn is one the most famous battles in American History since it's the only battle won by Indians in American ...