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Old 08-22-2016, 09:13 PM   #741
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This is our view out the back window for the night...
Melrose.MT.
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Old 08-22-2016, 11:18 PM   #742
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Old 08-22-2016, 11:20 PM   #743
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Love the view, and it will still be there for morning coffee!
Also for the old school/comfy handlebars!
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Old 08-23-2016, 08:36 AM   #744
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I love Montana, one of my favorite places to travel. I see a bike on the rear also....
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Old 08-23-2016, 04:13 PM   #745
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Aiken SC State Park
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Old 08-23-2016, 08:15 PM   #746
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After a 325 mile day we are still in MT. for another two nights. Tomorrow we will investigate the Battle of the Little Big Horn and Custer's last stand. This is our view tonight from 7th Ranch RV Park. This park is still new and is a great place to stay. Josie and I stayed here one night on our way up to Osoyoos Escape Rally in May of this year an again as we head towards Niagara Wine Fest in mid September .
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I heard Custer's Last Stand closed early this year.........
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Old 08-23-2016, 11:48 PM   #748
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The next time I see you remind me to tell you about the famous Budweiser painting of the last stand.
If you've not studied this battle and visited this site, put it on your bucket list.
In the area is also Devils tower to the east and a very good dinosaur museum in Ekalaka Montana in Clark county. And if you stop a Broadus Montana, you can meet Craig OGorman who is from Iowa and is considered one of the finest coyote trappers in the world. If the Bairs restaurant is still open in Hardin they used to have a great breakfast menu. The camping at the Bighorn National Recreation area SW of Crow Agency NOT GOOD. Don't ever go through Sheridan Wyoming without visiting King Ropes, best western museum anywhere. free. And next door is Dans Western wear. Pick up a Resistol or Stetson hat. Been visiting this area since 69. Can't get enough.
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Old 08-24-2016, 12:02 AM   #749
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Thanks, Dave. Battlefield tomorrow. As for the rest....may just have to make a return visit. Not such a bad thought since I think the area is marvelous.

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The next time I see you remind me to tell you about the famous Budweiser painting of the last stand.
If you've not studied this battle and visited this site, put it on your bucket list.
In the area is also Devils tower to the east and a very good dinosaur museum in Ekalaka Montana in Clark county. And if you stop a Broadus Montana, you can meet Craig OGorman who is from Iowa and is considered one of the finest coyote trappers in the world. If the Bairs restaurant is still open in Hardin they used to have a great breakfast menu. The camping at the Bighorn National Recreation area SW of Crow Agency NOT GOOD. Don't ever go through Sheridan Wyoming without visiting King Ropes, best western museum anywhere. free. And next door is Dans Western wear. Pick up a Resistol or Stetson hat. Been visiting this area since 69. Can't get enough.
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I have been thru Spearfish where they have the built in irrigation ditches with running water through your front yards and stayed in Lead, toured the Homestake mine and participated in the trial in Deadwood, a lot of cool little towns. Loved riding my Harley through the Badlands at night, like being on the moon.
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