Bonanza Creek Guest Ranch
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Day 13 - Saturday 22nd August
Well we slept like the proverbial logs and had a nice relaxing morning. Laura made us some fabulous smoothies with ingredients from the garden before she had to zoom off on errands. Laura & Chris if you are reading this, I hope the wedding went well and get planning your travels!
We left Laura's and drove through Helena. It ...
... the direction you are actually meant turn the knob. *Breathe.*
We managed to leave the hotel just after 6.30am, and crossed the border into Montana. The first place we stopped today was the Little Big Horn Battlefield, also known as Custer's Last Stand. It was another national monument, and was pretty surreal to be standing right next to the spot where General Custer fell during his last famous battle. There are tributes ...
- Text and pictures by Heema Rai
“Is it true that Montana has more cows than people”?
Our Chinese friend, Qiong, was testing our knowledge of the state that we were travelling through. We were 5 international students in the car, from all over the world, on a road trip across the US. We hadn’t known each other before this trip. Peter, from Austria, had posted a call for people to join on in his road trip. The rest of ...
Little Big Horn, Saturday 2nd June. Got away from the Devil's Tower in fairly good time this morning. Beautiful part of Wyoming, all this Central & Northern area. Green grass, plenty of trees, streams and irrigation. Went through Gillette ( the source of the noisy Coal trains @ Fort Laramie), Buffalo and Sheridan. Stopped & had a good look around the remains of Fort Phil Kearney, to follow up on our trail of the Plains Indian Wars and broken treaties etc. Went through a big storm just ...
... around and head back. I wasn’t seeing any buffalo and it was almost noon; I needed to head to Yellowstone. I turned around and headed back towards the exit, but I had to go to the bathroom like you wouldn’t believe! There were no restrooms, no bushes, no hills to hide myself if I decided to get out of my car. But…I had to go. There was no way I was going to make it all the way back to the highway to wherever the next gas station was. ...