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... stinkin' schedules!!".... She will have some additional things about this. We explore what is was like to live in area back in 19th century and birding took an unusual turn.
We decide to experiment by staying in a Walmart Parking lot in West Billings. Free and easy. We call them and they say "fine, just park in the back of the lot" which we do. Never done this before. It ...
... a story that has lasted thousands of years."
The entire city of Billings seems to be surrounded by these huge buttes that rise up out of the valley like some sort of medieval battlements. Really wonderful to see.
To bed soon, and then off tomorrow to the Little Bighorn Battlefield, Devil's Tower, and Rapid City.
... and survived.
I think it’s amazing that our nation is able to accept not only the pretty but also the very ugly parts of our history. When you visit Civil War battlefields you hear about both armies – not just the one that won. And even though it took a few years, at the Little Big Horn battlefield we now have memorials for not only the men from the US army that died, but also a memorial for the members of ...
... from the southeast. I have has to replace a tire and a seat in Billings but there is a good shop here. Also glad to have a delivery of travel items from Terry. I head out tomorrow to the NE following the Yellowstone River. Ed will head back to Oregon with ...
... happy with it cos it was as warm as toast and the temperature was dropping quickly. As if I'd care that a buffalo hat looked silly on me! Anyway we then headed to the pretend campfire where a couple of other cowboys (both in their early eighties we think and missing most of their teeth) sang some good ole country toons. They were actually pretty good and could yodel too. It was a very weird feeling knowing that all of the cowboys were ...
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