If you tried to devise a 414 mile route in the United States that encountered the fewest people possible but didn't go through any national parks, our route today would be an excellent candidate. Few people, lots of furniture.
Out of South Dakota...Tom Ted George and Abe's post-concert party was awesome.
Hey, what's over there?
The Bighorn Mountains are what's over there.
Looking back toward Eastern Wyoming.
But more impressive than the up, is the top.
There are on top of a mountain range.
And then Western Wyoming.
In the distance is Yellowstone - which is made up of three other mountain ranges.
A hundred miles later and welcome to Montana.
We finally stopped in Red Lodge, MT and ate exactly what the day called for: spaghetti topped with buffalo chili, cheese, onions, and beans.