SpringHill Suites Billings
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... inside when we go to bed.
Remember the motorhome warm up all daylong and takes a long time to cool down. By morning it is 77 inside. Not the most restful sleep but the price was right and this worked for our situation. Otherwise the local RV parks would have been $50 for a night. Also, we could have stayed overnight at a rest stop. Might do that next time.
... along I-90 into Billings. We had to pull of the road several times (along with half the traveling population in Montana, it seemed!) and finally made it to Billings just before 7:00 p.m.
We were about a block from the RV park when a huge wind came up and started blowing leaves and dust everywhere, along with sheets of rain. So we pulled into a business park and found a parkng spot along the leeward side of a stout brick building to ride it out.
... I was watching a line of thunderstorms develop. There are still not many trees here, and this area is west of the mountains, so it’s pretty flat. The sky is indeed big, and today it was angry! I watched those storms for an hour, then when I got to Billings I found one of them! Fortunately it was on its way out when I was on my way in, but it made for a great show while I was driving! Maybe Mother Nature and I are on good terms ...
... animals were out, big horn sheep, wolves, grizzly bears, bald eagles, a very busy beaver and river otters. It was a fun visit. After the zoo we headed to pompy's pillar, a large rock formation where William Clark ( of Lewis & Clark ) carved his signature in the rock on his return trip from the pacific coast. This signature is the only on site physical evidence of Lewis & Clark's journey!! It was pretty cool to see!!, and what ...
... about Buffalo Bill as well as the native indians, art of the West, firearms through the ages and the volcanic regions. It was huge and after doing the Buffalo Bill part, I needed to get out and get some fresh air. Ron stayed on and looked at the fire arms while I headed downtown with another Aussie and went to lunch at the historic Irma Hotel that Buffalo Bill had built for his daughter Irma. It was amazing and had a huge timber bar ...