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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... inside when we go to bed.
Remember the motorhome warm up all daylong and takes a long time to cool down. By morning it is 77 inside. Not the most restful sleep but the price was right and this worked for our situation. Otherwise the local RV parks would have been $50 for a night. Also, we could have stayed overnight at a rest stop. Might do that next time.
Tonight we're in Billings, MT, by the skin of our teeth.
We stopped for lunch in Bozeman at a very nice little pizza place called MacKenzie River Pizza. Features great wood-fired pizza, a broad menu of other items and a variety of locally-brewed craft beers. Had a great root beer as well.
We left town still headed eastbound on I-90 and about 10 miles out of town ran into a wicked weather front. Winds, rain and hail! The front folowed us all ...
... that died in the battle. It includes a wonderful sculpture. You have to look at this link, though, because access to the sculpture is blocked off until October while they install some new memorials (it's the wirey image of the Indians on horses - cool, no?). Stink. Am I cursed?
I’m beginning to understand why Montana is referred to as ‘Big Sky Country’. On the drive to Billings from Little Bighorn (60 ...
... After our bike ride, we headed to the pool for an hour, very relaxing!! After lunch we headed to Four Dances Recreation Area, it was a short hike to the top of the rim rock, to the edge of Sacrifice Cliff, where, it is told, Crow warriors blindfolded their horses and ride off the cliff in hopes of putting an end to ...
... take us wherever (which usually meant back to being stranded on the banks), watching others lose items such as chilly-bin lids and jandals and then uselessly try to gain them back, sun, nice cool water and pure enjoyment of each other’s company ensued. Good times huh. Finally the fun would end, upon reaching the drop-off point. The stowed car would be used to pick up MJ’s truck up the valley while the rest of us soaked up the rays on the riverbanks. What a glorious ...