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... way on top. The pictures don't depict the height of this at all (~100ft) accurately. I was completely losing it, struggling with the fact that it was cool and I had encouraged him to venture up there, and at the same time fearful that I was going to watch him plummet from the top. The latter was winning, so I snapped a pic and motioned for him to come down and then turned away.
... and US 312 (our route) headed east. We had already covered 25 miles, and it was time for a break!
We called Gayle and Norma and told them where we were and they pulled in a few minutes later – great timing! We ate a snack, refilled water bottles, and bought some cookies for desert at lunch time! Then Gayle took a turn on Lea’s bike and we headed east on US 312. Gayle told us to ride ahead, and she ...
... and exhibit dedicated to the Indian struggle and history of their
existence. This centre is fantastic and is an absolute must see, Bill Cody was a fascinating man, Entertainer, Raconteur, and Buffalo Hunter. he made a lot of money and died basically penniless.
We left Cody at three and hit out for the Custer battle field area, to get there we crossed the Big Horn Range and again you could not stop thinking of the struggles of ...
... that the number of Army troops was increased to force the Indians back on their reservations. While the battle had been a victory for the Indians, it marked the end of their life freely roaming the western plains.
“We did not ask you white men to come here. The Great Spirit gave us this country as a home. You had yours… We did not interfere with you. We do not want your civilization.” Ta Sunke Witko (Crazy ...
Motorcycle: 243 miles Fugitive update: They are in custody in Florida, but the pick up is still at large. We start out for the Custer museum in Garryowen which turns out to be more of a tourist trap and gift shop than anything else. Garryowen is an old Irish folk song that was used as the 7th Calvary fight song. Our trip is not wasted, a few postcards and a little chit chat makes it a nice stop. Three miles north is the real deal, Little Big ...