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Having arrived at Cody, WY in good time and early enough in the day, we decided we would undertake the ride to Red Lodge and the Beartooth Highway rather than delay it to the following day. That would result in a shorter day of riding through Yosemite on to Jackson WY the next day.
We exited Cody via SR 120 to SR 308 to reach Red Lodge. On the way there, I noticed a pull off for an abandoned ...
Today, after a breakfast of biscuits & gravy, we visited the Little Bighorn Battlefield National Park. Until George W Bush signed a law change in 1991 it was called Custer's National Park so Bush did something worthwhile after all. It's amazing to see the actual terrain where the battle took place and the hilltop where Custer fell. He was earlier party to a huge double cross against the ...
... We stopped to see the Tower Falls and gorge - very pretty. There was road construction for about 10 miles but we were lucky to drive through and not be stopped for any length of time. It was shortly after this that we saw a grizzly bear on the hillside. People stopped their cars in the middle of the road to see this beautiful creature. We stopped at the Fountain Paint Pot in the Lower Geyser Basin and walked on the wooden walkway looking ...
We headed out at 7:40 am on Hwy 90 through Sheridan. It felt like we were climbing to a higher altitude. We saw a herd of deer grazing in the grasslands cohabiting with cows dotted along the hillsides. Once in Montana we drove by Fort Custer near Little Bighorn Battlefield east of Hardin. We also passed through the Crow Indian Reservation. There were all kinds of casinos in the area. We saw fields ...
... is sad to think so many are still in danger every day the wildfires burn.
We soon came to a crossroads town named Lame Deer and were back in rolling grasslands. Again as far as the eye could see, nothing. It made me wonder if this is what Laura Ingalls saw every day on the prairie. Highways ripple like ribbons over the rolling land that soon fade to nothing in the distance.
A high came when ...