Up early this morning and off to Billngs to visit Cabela’s and for a Walmart run. After returning from Billings we ate some sandwiches for lunch then decided to drive over to Little Bighorn National Monument. We arrived just in time for the 45 minute walking tour of the National Cemetery. This was a very interesting tour full of historical facts that we had never read about. Battle of Little Bighorn National Monument is famously known as the place of Custer’s Last Stand.
Annie and Terry.
Tried to get some sunset pictures. These two pictures are the view from the back of our site.
Laugh everyday. Happy trails. Stay safe.
Sometimes them things that y'all do on the spur of the moment are the best ones. I.M. thinkin' me and Nilda is gonna have to take a trip out west some day and see the wide open spaces y'all talk about.ReplyDelete
With my love of Indian history, a trip to Little Bighorn is in order..thanks for teasing me...If you want to read a good book, read Bury My Heart At Wounded Knee...ReplyDelete
The sunsets are a perfect picture of "Big Sky" Country!!
You arfe right, I.M., the non agenda side trips seem to be the most memorable for us also.ReplyDelete
Great photos, John & Bridget !
Oh my! What gorgeous views from the back of your site!ReplyDelete