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... have gone on a cross country trip for most of those, granted not always of this scale, but a couple of times on trips even longer that this one, and I have driven in a variety of conditions. I have never driven in a headwind of this severity!
Holding 3000 rpm on the tach usually nets me 120 kph, in this headwind 3200 rpm barely gets me 80 kph! It feels like I am driving with my body pushed up against a hard piece of foam. My hair that sticks out of the ...
... in the day. He played for presidents, royalty and even met the Pope. His Wild West show featured cowboys, indians, and the calvary. He reenacted indian raids on stagecoaches and had Annie Oakley show off her shooting skills. Chief Crazy Horse toured with Buffalo Bill as part of his Wild West show as well. The blue skies had now given way to dark clouds, lightning and heavy rain. We pointed the van north and headed for Billings Montana. Along the way we ...
... see in the movies or on TV!! So we do our rendition of Chevy Chase ... nod twice , snap a picture as we drive by and its off down the road.
Maybe it was the fact we saw the Crazy Horse one first, might have been the rain? ...or maybe it was the fact we still had 6 hours of driving to go and it was already 2pm.
Not saying you should not go, but to be honest, the Battlefield of Custer's Last Stand was worth more time!
... formation, we walked around the base of it which is 2 kms and a great walk.
After Devils Tower we had lunch back in Gillette then headed to the Memorial of Little Big Horn, this is where General George Custer fought in the battle with Sitting Bull and Custer lost his life.
We left there for dinner in Billings and then onto our ...
... who wanted to have the best steak dinner chuck-wagon cookout in Montana to stick their hands up. We had a great time. We were entertained with some singing, some story telling, and a visit by a neighboring Indian Chief on horseback.
I've also included some pictures of recent fire damage, Compare these pictures with those of 24 years of new growth in Yellowstone.
Tomorrow, we are to head south again for some more ...