Big Horn Resort
Travel Blogs from Billings
It is Tuesday morning and we are faced with the decision of
leaving Glacier towards the Badlands in South Dakota or stay another night in
Montana attempting to see as much of the area as possible. As much as we both wanted to stay another
night, we decided to pack up. We both
agreed that we would surely have to come back …
... They had white crosses on the side of the road designating the spot where someone has died on the hwy. There must have been about 25 spots that were marked. Most had 3 or 4 crosses meaning multiple deaths. It was one of the saddest roads I have travelled. We ended up in Billings Montana which is about 230 km from where we started this morning. We registered 560 km today. I guess that means we took the long way. Monkey Butt has ...
... their driving. Not even ten minutes later of driving Shimmy states that there are a lot of Michigan drivers, referring to the same damn car we've been following the whole time. This is only one example of her stupidity today again not sure if it was the elevation, lack of alcohol or delirium.. But tears came streaming down our faces from laughter. As soon as we crossed the Montana border we realized they give zero f***s, the speed limit ...
Debating on where our travels will take us tomorrow. Since "Road to the Sun" in Glacier National Park is closed due to snow we are leaning towards Banff, Lake Louise and Jasper. We'll catch Glacier on our way back. Have to be in Dawson Creek on the 10th. Till the next time...Ciao
... We spent the night at a trailer park - 70 spaces @ $700/mo - which just happened to have a “one nighter.” Otherwise the place was booked solid, with a waiting list, for workers in the oil fields. Not much to say about the trip through NDak, no offense, being the least populated state, barren, windy and all, but now I write from a cozy farm house in Norcross, MN, population 60 or ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility