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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... frustrating by my desire to have a higher mileage day than usual so my Thursday could end in Canada, and my last day be shorter.
My upper body, head and neck were getting sore from fighting the cross wind so about 100 km south of Sheridan, WY I pulled over in a truck parking area and had a nap on the road next to my bike. I slept for about an hour, and while I was out, the wind changed direction slightly, I went to sleep in a crosswind and woke up in a ...
... died in this battle. It is absolutely something to see. The ride through the battlefield is a 5 mile ride. When you ride through here you really are looking for the cowboys/Indians to come over the range. It actually gives you chills. There are headstones as you enter, as well as headstones sporadically throughout the park where soldiers and Indians lost their lives. It was a beautiful da y and a beautiful day ...
Left Rapid City and making our way to Billings,Mt. Largest city in Mt. It rained and we hear an inch of snow tonight. Tonight we went downtown Billings to a hip restaurant with great food/drinks and live jazz. We spied the Detroit/Boston ...
I have to admit that there is nothing special about Billings Montana that warrants four days stay. However it is a city of enough size that we decided to stay in order to prepare for crossing into Canada. Some prescriptions needed to be refilled and we used the time to stock up on food supplies, wash the camper, do laundry, and catch up on the news, use of computer wi-fi and cell phone time.
We went ...
... 1876. Even though the Indians won the battle, they later lost the war,
which ended their independent, nomadic way
first stop was the Visitor Center. It was small, but well done. We were able to
watch a video about the events that had happened here. We did tour the
battlefield in our RV's. -- the route
was about five miles long. Just seeing the rugged countryside and trying to
envision the battle ...