Rodeway Inn Billings
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Roosevelt Arch - At the north entrance there is a fascinating arch. It is beautifully built to have a great entrance into this great park! We had to leave the park to take pictures of it and then enter the park again since we were actually leaving through the northeast entrance. Back in the park we also saw a goat on the side of the road.
Beartooth Scenic Highway - We had been told that this highway was the way to go ...
... went for a drive up to the old BIllings Boothill. I wandered about and took a few pics before a rapidly approaching storm made me think about heading back to the motel.
Sorry about two boring posts in a row, but at least I have some pics this time.
... shoot up 50-100' in the air. This goes on for about 5 minutes. People clap and hoot and holler. Not this person. I took my photos and video and off I went. We had bigger and better things to do In our search of the Bear tooth pass. We approached the pass around 3:00. Just as it was getting a bit dark due to storm clouds. I was also in search of a gas station as I had less then 1/4 tank. Less then 100 km i could make it i was ...
... more than 540 miles in the state!
I stopped at the site of Little Bighorn on my way to Billings. This is a part of American History I would do well to study further, because while I’m fascinated by that period when the West was being settled and I’m frankly ashamed at how we treated the native Tribes, the truth is I don’t know the details. I learned some today. Nutshell: Little Bighorn was a horrible ...
... for that evening. Every Thursday at a different location several blocks of downtown are blocked off, a stage is erected, vendor booths are setup, local bars (and there are many) are opened and the party begins. Most of the local bars have open air storefronts and sell drinks to walk-up customers. It's a great way to boost business although being a college town (Montana State University),
A morning spent ...