BEST WESTERN PLUS ClockTower Inn
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... it was still there, but we didn't get a photo that was any good - we then did a 3 point turn with the coach! Descending through lots of basalt mountains on very windy S bend roads. This road is closed from November to May. Lots of evidence of Pine Bark Beetle devastation - the pine beetle ...
... arrived, and by the time we left less than half an hour later it was 88 (and climbing).
A couple miles out of town, we hit the 2nd hill of the day – a fairly steep (7%) climb for about 1 ½ miles. It wasn’t really hard, but it was kind of hot. But the view from the top was really nice! From there we just cruised on at 16-20 mph with alfalfa fields on the right ...
... Winter is almost past. The historical signs at the Rest stops offer hints of life in another time. I watch for familiar names, still thinking I may have crossed this country in an earlier life. The trees change -- pines and then deciduous. Montana appears to be about twice as wide as Washington with a quick look at a map. Mostly we are not using a map as I-90 is the plan. And the sun shone and the weather was clear.
... Women, children and older men accompanied the warriors to this encampment). The battle was explained to us in detail and everyone knows the outcome. It was the greatest victory the Indians ever had over the US.
One interesting fact is that 268 US soldiers died but no one knows how many Indians. The women of each tribe visited the battlefield the next day and retrieved their dead so that they could bury ...
... their boots on. The town of Billings, named after the president of the Northern Pacific Railway was set up a short distance from Coulson. Billings prospered because of the railway and eventually everyone moved to Billings and Coulson ceased to exist. We stayed at the Crowne Plaza Hotel, a bustling business hotel, the tallest building in the city at 22 storeys. We dined at a lively restaurant, Jakes Place, then took a short walk along the historic ...