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... vibrating so hard that is hurts where it touches my neck. The heavy collar of my leather jacket is vibrating with a high frequency clicking sound. Cars that drive by, still doing 80 I am sure, make a crazy buffeting sound. I am being pushed all over the road.
I stop to shoot some video, of the wind! Video rarely shows Mother Nature the way the eye sees it, rain never looks as hard as it is, mountain ranges don't look as big, imagine the challenge of showing ...
We headed to the Little Bighorn battlefield, about an hour's drive from Billings. This is one of my favourite places in the USA. People may think that a battlefield in the middle of nowhere an odd place to enjoy but screw you, I like it. The battle has fascinated me for years as no one really knows 100 for sure what happened on that hillside in 1876. Sure we have a fair idea, but 100%, nuh uh.
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... the road. Ok. Sure. A little bit further up they were right. 20-30 black cows were just walking all over the road. We had to manoeuvre around these cows. I blipped the throttle, nothing. Honked the horn, nothing. Get out of the way you friggin animals. It was at least a 20%25 grade so stopping was out of the question. Also the further up we went the colder and colder it got. Then it started to rain a bit. It was freezing. Then ...
... br> Roger is known for his unique, sculpted, original 3 dimensional, "fine art leather pictures. "Utilizing the natural hues of leather, specialized dyes, along with the colorful blues of turquoise, there is a continuous flow between tradition and innovation, creating constant interest in his fine art leather work."
Before we knew it it was time to move on to another city. Bozeman is our next stop.
... meal with lots of good wine and banter.
The three of them met working as biologists in Antarctica, and their stories were fascinating. Sarah, who moved to Billings to find work, owns 160 acres near Missoula which is off the grid where she escapes to tend to her herd of free range cattle. She told us about a job she had in Antarctica leveling out a runway on a plateau at 13,000 ...