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... the road only opened this weekend and with the weather the way it was, likely to be snowed over again. Did the hike up to the caves and tried to find the carvings, we could make some out. The main cavern was off limits because of a recent rock fall. We found out about another state park close by at Lake Elmo so off we went, a pretty place not far out of town.
Because of the weather, we had to ...
... the bugs and the dry air my eyes have turned this attractive shade of red, as evidenced in this, only slightly terrifying, selfie. I took this about 5 minutes after getting out of the wind so it might explain my maniacal expression.
I made it into Billings, MT about 1900h, having driven about 800 km, my highest mileage day of the trip thus far, in the worst conditions. I think given a choice, I would take pouring rain over brutal headwind. My ...
... t aware, The Little Bighorn battle is better known as "Custer's Last Stand". Most of you out there dismiss Custer as an idiot, vain, and a glory hunter. Well, yup, he was, but he was more complex than that. Im not going to go into a topic that I could talk about for weeks, so here is a brief rundown.
Custer's seventh cavalry was part of a campaign to push the Indians on to the reservation. The soldiers ...
I think Mother Nature has it out for me. On the trip from Bismarck to Murdo a pheasant tried to kill me (the Dart won that battle easily), then that night at the campground a bug tried to make my left ear canal its home. I think he eventually climbed out. It was a bit crazy for a few minutes, but I think he's gone (and by 'think he’s gone’ I mean I’m 99% convinced the bug laid eggs in my ear canal which are ...
... also take a tram ride to the top of the mountain. It's quite the place. We spent nearly the entire day wondering around, enjoying the natural sights and also the human sights when people attempted to zipline.
Bridger Bowl is nearby and is known as expert-only skiing terrain. Local skiers are alerted to fresh snow by a flashing blue beacon placed on the top of the famous Baxter Hotel in downtown Bozeman. Local ...
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