Quality Inn Homestead Park
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... in the day. He played for presidents, royalty and even met the Pope. His Wild West show featured cowboys, indians, and the calvary. He reenacted indian raids on stagecoaches and had Annie Oakley show off her shooting skills. Chief Crazy Horse toured with Buffalo Bill as part of his Wild West show as well. The blue skies had now given way to dark clouds, lightning and heavy rain. We pointed the van north and headed for Billings Montana. Along the way we ...
The weather held beautiful for our visit with the grand kids and was absolutely perfect for our walk along Rock Creek with John and Kari, but with snow forecasted for that night we headed back to Billings thinking we'd be safe.
Wrong. We woke to a couple inches of the nasty stuff and it trailed us doggedly all the way through Wyoming till we got to Denver, where we finally found the sun again.
... summer and winter activities. For those of you who remember NBC Anchorman and Montana native, Chet Huntley, Big Sky Resort was his vision. The resort offers skiing, cross country skiing, zipline, snowboarding and snowshoeing in the winter. In the summer the resort has zipline, paintball, archery, tennis, hiking, golf, horseback riding, sailing on the lake as well as board sailing and mountain biking down the ski trails. ...
... at every national park or monument we visit.
The hot springs are not nearly so amazing as many people (such as Mr. Krake) remember them, because many of them have dried up for unknown reasons. Some were still colorful, though, and we took some great pictures!
As Mary Kate, Andrew, Dad, Conner, and Kaitlyn had climbed to the top of the hill behind our cabin one last time this ...
... two years ago, but this time we detoured to take in Devil’s Tower National Monument, made famous by the film Close Encounters of the Third Kind, and more recently, Paul. We didn’t see any aliens today, but Lyn managed to wind us up by whistling the 5 famous Close Encounter notes continuously. Those who’ve seen the film will know what I’m talking about....maybe you’re even doing the hand movements as you read! Go on, you know you want to.....