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Spent yesterday morning learning about the Little Bighorn Battle between the U.S. Army's Lt. Col. George Armstrong Custer's 7th Calvalry, numbering 600 men, and the 1,500 - 2,000 warriors of the Lakota, Cheyenne and Arapaho. The warriors were part of approximately 7,000 Natives encamped along the Little Bighorn River. The U.S. government was rounding up the remainder of the 'rebellious' Natives onto reservations and this group was defying this ...
... the geyser spills out steam at varying speeds and everyone who is early anticipating the eruption tries to guess when it will happen by the speed of the steam. When it does erupt it can reach up to 56m with the average being 44m and the temperatures of the water can reach 118 degrees Celsius. It is a pretty awesome and amazing thing to watch and given our lack of time in the park pretty good that we didn't have to wait long to see it! After seeing Old Faithful ...
... to Pier 11 we were quite ready for a beer, so we walked back into the Wall Street area. In the morning we had spotted an ancient street of appealing looking old taverns and restaurants. To our delight, this lane was now packed with tables with at least a dozen restaurants. We chose one that served a menu of somewhat affordable pub food, so we shared a nice hamburger and seafood tacos. Many of the tables were filled with businessmen escaping from their ...
... to work washing them off. Now we are clear again.
We have now reached the end of 94 and join 90 heading toward Billings, MT for a gas fill up. We are stopping for fuel where convenient as you just never know what isn't ahead. We have been climbing steadily all morning. We are over 3,300 ft. now.
In the distance we start to see outlines of mountains. Love those mountains ...
... off by “the people” (for which we celebrate the day!) since we were kids! We may come back here every year! At 10:30 the “big show” started and was comparable to the commercial shows in Washington. Everyone seemed to have a good time!
When the show was over we headed back to the motel, but getting to sleep would take a while as firecrackers and other noisemakers continued to be set off until almost ...