Quality Inn Homestead Park
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- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... the bugs and the dry air my eyes have turned this attractive shade of red, as evidenced in this, only slightly terrifying, selfie. I took this about 5 minutes after getting out of the wind so it might explain my maniacal expression.
I made it into Billings, MT about 1900h, having driven about 800 km, my highest mileage day of the trip thus far, in the worst conditions. I think given a choice, I would take pouring rain over brutal headwind. My ...
... Before too long we enter the U.S. and arrive in Glendive a few hours later, for what has become customary for Linda and I, supper at the Pizza Hut.
Refuel and hit the Interstate, as the countryside transforms to the Hills and ranchland of Montana. A few more hours on the road and our stop for the night is in view, ...
... shoot up 50-100' in the air. This goes on for about 5 minutes. People clap and hoot and holler. Not this person. I took my photos and video and off I went. We had bigger and better things to do In our search of the Bear tooth pass. We approached the pass around 3:00. Just as it was getting a bit dark due to storm clouds. I was also in search of a gas station as I had less then 1/4 tank. Less then 100 km i could make it i was ...
... you can peer into the windows and see examples of how folks lived. You sit in rockers on the front porch and listen through speakers to a few elderly residents describe their life in Billings.
Another exhibit invites you to sit in a large overstuffed leather chair and listen to a Billings cowboy poet, song writer and singer. Cowboy poetry is filled with life experiences that come to life in your ...
... to another tourist "attraction." Basically, it was a shopping mall with souvenirs, pictures on the wall, old time antiques, a T-Rex animatronic display that claims it tried to "feed every 12 minutes," and a bunch of other things for kids to do to keep them entertained while on the "family road trip." So, Greg and I took advantage of some photo-ops. He apparently has always wanted to ride a horse and he got his ...