Burnt Out Lodge

Address: 248 Upper Deer Creek Road , Big Timber, Montana, 59011 , United States | Lodge
 
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This lodge is located on 248 Upper Deer Creek Road , Big Timber.
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      Travel Blogs from Big Timber

      Blog entry #9

      A travel blog entry by hansonmartens on Oct 21, 2014

      1 comment, 6 photos

      ... your memory. The badlands are a series of rock sculpted by nature into amazing shapes and domes. They also make great hiking and climbing terrain. So in that case, Avery and I ran off to explore. We spent the afternoon there, climbing and running around before pausing to catch the sunset. Just before the sunset started we were all hiking on a trail before our Mom turned to us and whispered "boys come here quietly, there are a few big horned sheep really close ...

      A Pilgrims' Service

      A travel blog entry by frguido on Aug 14, 2014

      1 photo

      ... their Rector, The Rev. Mary Caucutt, led a Celtic pilgrimage service during the regular worship time. This service was deeply meaningful for me for I see my summer journeys as pilgrimages as well as missionary opportunities. Following are excerpts from that Sunday worship service….

      What is a pilgrim? One who seeks Christ. We are all pilgrims on the road, surrounded and supported by a great ...

      The long and winding road...

      A travel blog entry by rnrontheroad on Aug 06, 2014

      5 comments, 8 photos

      ... today is Great Falls, MT. We are still watching the temperature and doing about 55mph. Ron talked to the Cummins Tech at Interstate in Williston and gave him his observations from yesterday and they now think that it is a sticking valve. So we have to take the rig into a Cummins shop in Calgary and have them talk to the shop in Williston to figure out what needs to be done next. The good thing is that, if the valve needs to be replaced, then our extended warrantee ...

      Entering the Great Plains

      A travel blog entry by dna5758 on Jul 05, 2014

      12 photos

      ... to be a young woman with a bloody arm. The accident had been the "puff" Ann had seen. Seeing that others were helping (and that there was a fence between us and the freeway) we continued on, rather than rubber neck.

      We knew that we had a 12 mile "climb" out of Bozeman to the top of Bozeman Pass this morning, but that the rise was not steep. We entered I-90 when the frontage ...

      Little BigHorn

      A travel blog entry by laz-adventures on Aug 11, 2013

      1 comment, 15 photos

      ... again, a fascinating place to visit and a big part of the old west history. A forest ranger gave a description of the "last stand of custer" and we felt we were part of the action-he was a great story teller. The monuments also include the Indian side of events which is often overlooked. They felt they were taking a stand to keep their land rather than be shoved onto reservations. All quite interesting history. I've read books or seen stuff on the history channel and it has ...