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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... a lovely spot, however it was going to be 16 miles out of our way. A quick check of the map, however, showed there to be a short cut back to our Hwy 2 route, so the drive to Steamboat Rock would only be a net 15 minutes off our planned route. So, thats where we are for our first night… Steamboat Rock State Park. the fee is a bit steep for a State Park… $35, but it does have electricity, and our electric heater will be useful with expected near zero ...
... for the second time in two days, no less. Makes my toes curl just thinking about it, but I did move on.
Next stop ... wherever I got to when I’d had enough of driving for the day, which ended up being ***********tana. Again, I was on secondary roads, really good ones, with minimal traffic. There was no wind and the sky was bright blue with a few fluffy clouds. Couldn’t ...
... It really was a fantastic view from the top of the Pillar. John took a video which, as usual, I may or may not be able to get out tonight. I think you will be amazed. We could see the winding Yellowstone River below us and, with our eyes squeezed a little shut and out of focus, could imagine the small group of men camped there on its shore and hear their scramble up to the top of Pompeys Pillar. Rhonda and Larry...wish you could have been here with us! ...
... enjoying the cool temps.
Sunday morning we attended the combined Methodist-Congregational church. This is Lutheran/Catholic country, so other than three Baptist or independent churches, this was the only mainstream Protestant church in town. About 30 folks were in church and all but one couple and the pastor were Social Security age. You can make a big splash when you visit a church that size--we sang louder than anyone there!
... two nights. Tomorrow we'll be attending a combined Methodist/Congregational church service. Apparently both congregations are small and struggling, so they've formed an alliance where they do a combined worship at the Congregational facility. Afterwards we'll head off to the site of the Battle of Little Big Horn and Custer's last stand. Should be interesting!