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... a brilliant re-enactment. Hundreds of horses, all the young Indians riding bareback and some excellent horsemanship. Great narration of the lead up to the Sioux War 1876. Sat in the grandstand in 30+ heat - glad John thought to bring the umbrella. Lucky we scored the exact day of the yearly re-enactment, so much better than a museum.
Then drove to Billings, large industrial city, and stayed in the most expensive camp yet, $45 KOA camp, on the bank of the Yellowstone ...
... as I was confident that the problem would sort itself out. I was taking the advice of a friend and client of mine Anny Slegten, who teaches that if you have a Plan B you are already subconsciously committing to it, and I was sticking to my Plan A!
The secondary highway I was on wound its way alternatively north and west until we crossed into Wyoming and picked up I-20 at Casper. As we turned northbound, with the Grand Teton range on our left there was a ...
... herds of cows, fields of sagebrush, corn, wheat, and some other unknown crops. The GPS, that I updated right before we left on the trip, tried to detour us through a field at Belfry, Montana. Fortunately we found our own way and the GPS eventually realized we knew where we were going. Arriving into Billings we passed by a large oil refinery. Billings has three such refineries, and a coal fired power plant. We checked into our hotel and then headed on to ...
... 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 ...