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Roosevelt Arch - At the north entrance there is a fascinating arch. It is beautifully built to have a great entrance into this great park! We had to leave the park to take pictures of it and then enter the park again since we were actually leaving through the northeast entrance. Back in the park we also saw a goat on the side of the road.
Beartooth Scenic Highway - We had been told that this highway was the way to go ...
The alarm woke us up at the evil ******* time of 5am. We got our stuff sorted pretty quickly and Stu got us moving to the airport in plenty of time. Im not much for saying positive things about people, but Cathy and Stu are very nice people, very gracious and generous with their time and home. Their two dogs, Baxter and Monty are pretty cool ...
... at sunrise, then gave up and went up to the Park.
There is a paved trail that goes all the way around the base of Devils Tower. This is pretty generous for a National Park (it’s 1.3 miles – that’s a lot of paving) and it’s really nice. Walking all around the Tower early this morning I took a lot of pictures! I spotted climbers that were a good ways up before 8am (when did they start?), and ...
... sure is nice now. The temps during the day are 70ish and cooler at night. We cannot get enough of seeing the open country - beautiful green colors - and the contrast between the rolling hills, mountains and valleys is spectacular. Of course, seeing all of this for the first time from the driver and passenger seats of our motorhome is so different than from our truck. Good decision to ...
... 1876. Even though the Indians won the battle, they later lost the war,
which ended their independent, nomadic way
first stop was the Visitor Center. It was small, but well done. We were able to
watch a video about the events that had happened here. We did tour the
battlefield in our RV's. -- the route
was about five miles long. Just seeing the rugged countryside and trying to
envision the battle ...