Montana 7th ranch rv park- garryowen, mt. Our camp spot for the week. Very nice campground, lots of space between spots! Lots of open space too! Notice the flag up top? The view from up there. Signature Montana sunset! Storm coming! They even had a teepee you could rent in the tent area! All this and they give you free ice cream bars when you check in! Very nice folks! One last sunset pic! little bighorn battle site (custer’s last stand) This map shows the area and what was where. There is also a military cemetery there with graves from all the wars from this one to Vietnam. Each white stone represents a soldier killed; each red stone represents an indian killed. This enclosed cemetery was the men in Custer’s command. The one in the center (black) is General Custer. There is a very cool indian memorial to this battle as well. The story told here is MUCH different than we learned in school! WE were the aggressors, not the indians. They were just defending their nomadic way of life! The remaining ancestors still live here. These are their wild horses. the hardin county historical museum The truck out from; it looks like they were going to restore it but quit at the hood! Coal mining trolly from the Lily Mine. The train station. Heated by coal stove no doubt! Luxurious kitchen in one of the homes we saw! We had no idea what the heck this was but looked it up; its a milk/cream seperator! Google it, you’ll see! One room schoolhouse. NOW I feel old; I used desks like these! Gas station General Store. MANY old farm tractors and other vehicles. Very cool! Funny name for a tractor company! The North 40! Inside “The North 40” The big tractor was HUGE! Those are normal size farm tractors next to it! Many more outside too This little guy followed me all over the yard! They even had an old street sweeper! Weren’t streets dirt back then? I know some guys who’d love this sign! And a kids toy made from tractor parts!