Sunday, August 16, 2015
After a “Good Paddling” I am off to a unique recommended destination. It is a scenic adventure along rolling green hills and curving mountainous roads.
At the Smith Mine in 1943, 74 men lost their lives in Montana worst underground coal mine disaster. Decaying buildings against a green landscape stands as a memorial.
I am now minutes away from another “Big Sky Country” fun experience.
An afternoon spent just outside of Billings, Montana and I get to once again be reminded how nice it is “Out West”. The American Western states offer an adventure and beauty that is all their own.
On the Stillwater River we site a huge American Bald Eagle before taking a refreshing plunge.