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"The battle was over at Custer's Last Stand.
And taps were sounding for all the brave men.
While one lone survivor, wounded and weak,
Comanche, the brave horse, lay at the General's feet.....
The symbol of bravery at Little Bighorn.
Poor old Comanche, you're battle-scarred and torn".
Johnny Horton 1959
Left camp in Bighorn Canyon and crossed the Bighorn Basin. Then had a spectacular drive up and over the Bighorn Mountains, starting at 1300 ...
... by the railroad at the price of $500 per month to hunt buffalo to feed the men working on building the railroad. In an 18 month period he killed more than 4,200 bison and was called "Buffalo Bill" by the railroad workers. Cody had many ups and downs in his life but always maintained an optimistic attitude towards the future. He is famously known for his extravagant Wild West shows that played all over the world - including stops in Spokane and Sandpoint ...
... back, we saw that he was! I took several pictures and was reminded of the statistic the Indian woman told us that the only surviving American horse from this battle was Comanche, a Cavalry Captain's horse. Maybe the horse on the hill was remembering his ancestors too.
On the way home, we could see a rain storm moving south of us and I was able to take some cool pictures. The ...
... the clouds for the rain to begin. Rain is one thing, but hail!! come on! that is not what we need in convertibles. You Guessed it, it starts to hail and hail hard! the roads are flooding quick and with my low car its not a good thing. We manage to find some shelter along the side of a building and sit and wait it out. after a few minutes it passes over and its safe for us to move on. we travel up the mountain a way and finally reaching the top we pass ...
We're in for a long travel day, Billings is not our overnight stop, but is a waypoint. We enter Wyoming and leave the Interstate in Sundance, WY to visit Devil's Tower National Monument. We were quickly greeted with an unexpected attraction; a cattle drive down the roadway. The drivers moved the cattle to the side of the road ...