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(Bratten) along the river. Clark and a party of 10 men and Sacagawea with her young son Pomp passed by here on July 17, 1806 except they were traveling on the other side of the river. They were still traveling by land in this
area but when they got to near where Billings MT is they built dugout canoes
and started their float trip on the Yellowstone River.
... Monument ($15/car). It's mid-70s, breezy & sunny. Got to the Visitor Center just in time for a ranger talk on the covered patio outside. Great speaker / story teller - he followed 4 military men & 4 Indians from before, during & after the battle. Walked up hill to monument, grave of General Custer & others, saw impressive black metal Indian Memorial sculpture. Great visit!
Sign at Battlefield reads: "Know ...
... some more clothes from a Goodwill Store. But I was seriously intent on keeping moving...
My thoughts the whole day were on the pure beauty that's inscribed in the Montana landscapes. Etched in so it will never go away, I hesitate to use the word 'awesome', but it does apply.
... of our brotherhood.
I fully expect to make it to see Tim and Jan again on Sunday. They were visiting family in Columbus and live in Dickinson North Dakota, not at all out of my way in my journey towards Rugby that day. They kindly invited me to park the van in their driveway when I get there and spend the night. If I can be there early enough on Saturday night I'll do that.
Nice people... what else do you ...
... br> I will not go on with how special this
area is, just show the photos, dummy! I will say that I have been
amazed by every turn in the road since I pulled out of my own
driveway and I don't see that ending soon!
till later... take care....be kind
We are on the move yet again! I will return e-mails when I have service. Thanks again for writing, it means so much to us!
stay safe...stay well... church tomorrow!