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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Drove town found the Beartooth Museum and went in, liked it. Went by a silversmith store that had a sale going. Great sale if you great big western belt buckles and huge ear rings and boot decorations. Going to the Beartooth Highway ...
Over 10,300 feet above sea level at the top, the rolling range we found there seemed like a completely different world from the steep cliffs and snow banks, we had been traversing. It was plain-like, with mildly rolling hills covered with grass and scattered holders that looked out of place. I have ...
... that leads into Yellowstone National Park, our first destination tomorrow. Red Lodge is a quaint, resort town with a main street lined with specialty shops and restaurants. It's a cold evening and snow is plowed up along the curbs. We dined at the Red Lodge Cafe, then walked along Main Street for a bit before turning in for the ...
... or changed meaning, since I went to school!
Anyway, I'm getting away from my subject. When was the last time that you visited Yellowstone? When your parents took you there as a kid? When you took your kids there? Your grandchildren? I bet most of my American friends have visited Yellowstone at one time or another. So, I'm not going to write a long report about what I did. I will post some photos with comments and hope that suffices. ...
... is part of the process. Finished off a brilliant day with big burgers in Red Lodge town – excellent!
Next day was into Yellowstone Park proper. The 'boys’ drove BBB whilst we ‘girls’ followed behind in the car via Cody – real cowboy country. We’d been told that the Cody Museum was a must, so off we went and we all agreed, it WAS a must. Learned ...