Hampton Inn & Suites Billings West I-90
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Drivers very informative about the area, clean room, good breakfast in which we were told the menu changes every day.
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... Yellowstone. And wow was this impressive! We drove up to almost 11,000 feet above sea level in the Beartooth Pass. I had a picture taken at 10,000 feet before it started to rain. Then sadly it rained all the way down the mountain. The views were absolutely breath taking, but we really couldn't take too many pictures once it started to rain.
So needless to say, once we got to the hotel we were all very tired after the long day!
... tiny fluff dogs. We have been very lucky in that respect during this trip.
The airport all went pretty smoothly, and the flight via salt lake wasn't anything to complain about, so tis will be a pretty short paragraph.
We landed in Billings. Billing rocks. It certainly has a lot of rocks, with the rimrock looking the town ...
... more on the path that were heading for their treks. Can I just say I think they are nuts? The climb doesn’t look as intimidating when you are at the base, but when you drive away you realize the Tower sits on a huge mound of rock. Those folks were w-a-y up there when they were climbing! I admire them, but don’t have any desire to try that (but apparently nearly 5,000 people each year do!).
Walking around the ...
This year the FMCA (Family Motor Coach Association) held their annual Rally in Gallette WY - ended yesterday - and we have seen hundreds on motorhomes coming from the west on I-90. It's been a parade of RVs.
We stopped at the Wyoming Welcome Center and took the pictures that follow this entry, in their stage settings. It was maybe too much fun...... see pics. ...
... taken place here was mind boggling. We stopped at
Last Stand Hill where the 7th Cavalry Memorial stood. We also saw where Custer
had been killed. All the men under his command were lost in this battle. They
were outnumbered by about 10 to 1. Most of the dead were buried in shallow
graves at or near where they fell.
Markers for these graves were erected in 1890 by the Army and still