Shamrock Lodge

215 W 5th, Hardin, Montana, 59034, United States | Lodge

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Last day at GNP and on our way East

A travel blog entry by aimz822


... with the old people and got to hear about how Rob's mother had a pet monkey after her father went out one night drinking and came home with the monkey. Apparently it wasn't a well behaved monkey and kept stealing things, Dorene, is that right?) and we spotted some hikers above the falls. Liam immediately took off to go get some of that!!! I lost sight of him for a good bit and then ...

Big Horn

A travel blog entry by robno1065


... from the time. Those pioneers did it tough, in small homes in a society that was equally as harsh. Had me a go at lasso work with a proper lariat, instructed by some young fellas up from Texas, well at least I hit the target!!!

We then spent 4 hours at the Buffalo Bill Centre of the west, this contains exhibits of natural history about the land and the animals, The Bill Cody exhibit dedicated to the life and times of Bill Cody, A fire ...

Little Bighorn, Indian Memorial Rededicated

A travel blog entry by frguido


... called, it was close-range, an advantage for the repeating rifles by Winchester and others which many of the Indians had. Custer was also low on ammunition as he had outrun his pack train with resupply. At the last it appeared the soldiers were using their rifles and pistols as clubs against bows and arrows, war clubs and spears.

The Battle of the Little Bighorn was the end of the Indian Wars. There was such pressure ...

Beartooth Pass, Red Lodge, Billings, Hardin

A travel blog entry by walkersusa2013


... journey. A 45foot Winebago with queen size bed, walk in wardrobe, cupboards, full ensuite for master bedroom, kitchen with full fridge and freezer, lg flat screen tv, gas fireplace, bunk room for 4, another ensuite : $90k US. It would cost 3x that at home easily. We arrived at Hardin approx 6pm tonight and look forward to a hot shower, hair dryer and king size bed tonight. We've travelled. 3200 Klm so ...

Day 37 - Little Bighorn Battlefield

A travel blog entry by sarrdh


... National Park. The fight started in Garryowen and ended at the Last Stand Hill. Custer was out gunned and out maned by the Lakota Chief, Sitting Bull. It was a wonderful tribute to Indian and United States Army heroes. Of course, it was all started because the US economy was in the tank and white men disregarded a treaty. They went to the Black Hills with reckless abandon for Gold. The battlefield site was originally known as ...


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