Burnt Out Lodge

248 Upper Deer Creek Road , Big Timber, Montana, 59011 , United States | Lodge
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Travel Blogs from Big Timber

Little BigHorn

A travel blog entry by laz-adventures

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... full of Indian and old west history and quite detailed about certain battles between Indians and Homesteaders and Cattle men and those that wanted the land for other uses.

We then wandered down to the Occidental Hotel where the Sundance Kid, Wild Bill, Calamity Jane and Teddy Roosevelt all stayed at one time or another. We saw the bullet holes in the bar from long ago bar fights. All very interesting. Didn't seem to be enough time to see everything so left the ...

(Part 4c) The Haunted House... conclusion

A travel blog entry by frguido

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... 8217;s check it out.” Cody looked at me like I was crazy. “Look- I… we… don’t believe in ghosts. Even if it is, ghosts have no substance- they can’t hurt us. Come on, let’s check it out.” Cody was reluctant. “Look- you got us into this… now we’ve got to follow through.” I started for the stairs and, as before, there was no way Cody was going to stay behind. Carefully we made our way ...

To RV or not to RV... that is the ???

A travel blog entry by frguido

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... and one large canine. The campground in Cody provided a good laboratory, but the smaller ones here in Big Timber and elsewhere along the route confirmed it.

On one side of me tonight is a 15' trailer pulled by a Nissan van. The family has two teenagers, a boy and a girl, and a younger pre-teen girl. They are from Alberta (which makes this an international experiment) and on their way to Yellowstone which is south of here. While I was ...

(Part 4b) The Haunted House

A travel blog entry by frguido

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... back down and joined me and we went around the corner. The windows were too far up off the ground for us to look inside. There was a cellar door part way up the side, but I had no intention of going down into the cellar- I’d seen way too many scary movies as a kid.

As we came around the front, we saw a guy making his way through the long grass to the front door. It was Todd from the restaurant. He saw us and waved, meeting us by ...

(Part 4) The Haunted House, Part A

A travel blog entry by frguido

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... in front of me, nervously shifting his weight from one foot to the other… the look on his face alternating between the expectation of another boyish adventure, and the knowledge he should have asked me before he committed to it.

“They double-dog-dared me, Justin” he begged. “Come on… it'll be fun… besides, you know there aren’t any such thing as real ghosts.”

“You bet your ...

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    TripAdvisor Reviews Burnt Out Lodge Big Timber

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding