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... headstones in places where dead men once lay along with interpretive signs. The map they hand you when you enter gives you the timeline of the battle so when tourists drive the road, they can see how the green hills and the river below was used for tactical purposes.
Five years after the battle, the remains of the army were buried and names were noted at the site. Fourteen years after the battle, 249 headstone markers (265 men died) were placed across ...
... see oil wells in Wyoming. The temperature has taken a dramatic drop. We have seen antelope and maybe two elk, but we think we have caught the pronghorn migration. We have seen numerous herds.We press on and arrive at ***********tana at dusk. Ed has been behind the wheel way too long. We are all exhausted so I decide to cook . AND THAT IS WHEN IT HAPPENED! I put the baked potatoes in the microwave while I sautÚd the chicken breast in ...
Day 2: Steamboat Rock to Deer Lodge, MT, 357538 to 358164kms. 626 kms
A fairly long slog today, trying to make our way east quickly. The drive was pleasant enough on secondary Hwy 2 to Spokane and then on I 90 from Spokane, across Idaho and into Montana. Traffic got a tad more hectic on the I 90 with a couple of slowdowns for accident aftermaths, and a convoy of wide load trucks.
Coeur D’Alene was a bit of a highlight for the day, a pretty ...
Left Shelby MT. today, traveled on St. Rt. 87 out of Great Falls, 45 degrees in the higher altitudes! When we turned to go south to Billings there was water on the road, 3-5 inches of rain in this area. Stopped for the night in ***********tana. What a surprise, the Schmolls and Fureys are staying here also. Had a nice visit with Jack & Barbara, Jim & Patsy! ...
... wrote in his journal on that day, "...this rock I ascended and from its top had a most extensive view in every direction...emence herds of Buffalow, Elk, and wolves." According to one of the brochures on this place: "Following the Yellowstone cottonwoods down-steam first by horse, and later canoe, it is clear that Captain Clark was busily claiming the territory. It is also significant that he recorded these marking in his journal. As a result, albeit by ...