Quality Inn Homestead Park
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... much followed the highway all the way into Billings - nice looking stream I would have loved to fish it.
Checked into our motel about 3:00 and rested up before heading the four blocks into town. We decided to visit the Montana Brewery pub and ended up staying for dinner, we only had a couple before heading back to the room about 9:00.
We're planning on heading into the national park tomorrow - weather ...
Today started out in Yellowstone and ended up in Billings. Our day was super filled. Here is everything that we did.
Paint Pots - We stopped at the section of Yellowstone that had boiling mud and other sulfur-smelling phenomenon. It was so weird to see the mud bubbling. It looked exactly like paint if you would boil it. Check out the video of this. There was also this really loud hole in the ground that had steam streaming out of it. ...
... on various aspects of the battle all day long. I still feel bad for heckling that one ranger...
I wandered around the field for much of the day, taking pics and generally appreciating the history of the place.
As we sat chatting to an older couple, a mouse fell out of a tree near us, landing flat on his back. The poor little bugger just laid there, so I wandered over to see if he was buggered. As ...
... more on the path that were heading for their treks. Can I just say I think they are nuts? The climb doesn’t look as intimidating when you are at the base, but when you drive away you realize the Tower sits on a huge mound of rock. Those folks were w-a-y up there when they were climbing! I admire them, but don’t have any desire to try that (but apparently nearly 5,000 people each year do!).
Walking around the ...
... that the falls were a raging torrent of water (mixed with lots of logs). The mist coming off the falls created beautiful rainbows. Portions of the walkways and overlooks next to the falls were closed as the water was up next to or had run over them.
Sunwapta Falls just down the road was just as spectacular. The raging water went through a deep river gorge carved out by the water. The river is a milky white, blue/gray color from ...