Quality Inn Homestead Park
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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 ...
... 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!
... formation, we walked around the base of it which is 2 kms and a great walk.
After Devils Tower we had lunch back in Gillette then headed to the Memorial of Little Big Horn, this is where General George Custer fought in the battle with Sitting Bull and Custer lost his life.
We left there for dinner in Billings and then onto our ...
While in Montana I had to find excuses to stay as long as I could here. Which involved buying a hat in Billings, a jacket in Livingston, and a rifle in Butte; it was a Remington bolt-action .222. I even bought a scope to go with and while I was waiting for it to be attached I got to know everyone in the shop, and any customer who entered. After the scope was attached, I spent most of the morning shooting the gun, partly because I did not want to ...
... seat of Yellowstone County. Nicknamed Magic City owing to it's growth from a 1882 railroad town, the city is named after Frederick Billings, the former president of the Northern Pacific Railroad. Today Billings is experiencing rapid growth and a very strong economy.
You might not get this from the airport, which was small, yet cute and a nice welcome to the larger ones traveled through already. So too was the friendly pick-up by ...
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