Big Horn Resort
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... coming off the mountains. Highway information signs were warning of wind gusts 35+ MPH. Luckily it was a two lane road, luckily it was devoid of traffic, I could drive in the right lane, against the dotted line and kinda let the wind push me across both lanes.
Essentially I was driving whilst in a hard left turn, leaning into the wind except frequently the wind would let up for a few seconds and I would veer to the left. It was very tiring riding, ...
... exit off of I-94. I wouldn't want to break down on this road. And, no traffic.
Before we got to Billings, we stopped at Little Big Horn Battlefield. This is where Custer and his troops were defeated (and died) after an enormous battle with Sitting Bull and the Cheyenne and Arapaho Indians. The tribes were fighting to preserve their way of life which the US Army was trying to destroy. Custer was only 37 ...
... time and again, I've found that people more connected to the land, like those found in Montana, are much more willing to help you get around on it (although maybe it's just a desire to help me get off of their land). So, if it's open skies, mountain vistas and friendly roadside assistance you're after, Montana is a place that makes it very easy to be on the road ...
... us to pass. We arrive at Devil's Tower, quit a picture. This was the first declared National Monument. We later discovered that this land formation was used in the movie "Encounters of the Third Kind". Back on the highway we stop next at Custer's Last Stand at Little Big Horn National Monument, and finally dinner in Billings. ...
... Country. It seemed to go on forever. Such huge expanses of land with an
occasional ranch house seen.
next stop was at Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument. This battle was
between the U.S. Army and the Lakota and Cheyenne Indian Tribes. Since I'm not
the military one in our family, I won't attempt to explain the battle. It is
more commonly referred to as Custer's Last Stand. The battle took place on ...