Big Horn Resort
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... bit noisy mainly because we parked near the main entrance road so a lot of young people who drive loud cars and like to accelerate as they leave the area.
For our one night stand in Montana, we arrive around 8PM as it is getting dark. We park, level, put the bedroom slide out and go out to Red Robin for dinner. Return, shower and go to bed. It is warm out and warm in. ...
... when we got to our hotel tonight. We accidentally booked a room for the wrong night... Luckily we looked dirty and pathetic so the AGM took pity on us and gave us a room even though the hotel was full. The only one who is well rested at this point is Cuddy who slept the entire ...
... Tribes that fought there. How many countries are willing to wrestle with issues like that and make room for both sides? Yay us! (Yay U.S.!)
The main memorial for the US troops rests on the site where their remains are located. Markers throughout the park indicate where the soldiers (and braves) died. Custer’s body was later exhumed and moved to West Point in New York. There is also a memorial for the ...
Saw Todd off at the Billings Logan International Airport this morning. After waking the lazy kids up, we went on an 8 mile bike ride which ran along the Yellowstone River. The Yellowstone river is the longest free flowing river in the u.s., and very beautiful!, especially in billings where the rim rock overhangs the river, ...
... that the falls were a raging torrent of water (mixed with lots of logs). The mist coming off the falls created beautiful rainbows. Portions of the walkways and overlooks next to the falls were closed as the water was up next to or had run over them.
Sunwapta Falls just down the road was just as spectacular. The raging water went through a deep river gorge carved out by the water. The river is a milky white, blue/gray color from ...