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Why not stay Overnight?
Funny Name: Great Place. Population 309. We just call it HOME.
Nestled along the banks of the Greybull River, the earliest Army Engineering Corps came upon this area known to the Crow Indians as Mee Tee (pronounced "may-tay"), meaning 'meaning good, a place of good fortune or good hunting'. The Shoshone Indians were, however, very fearful of the Crow Nation to the North and referred to the area a Tee Tse (pronounced "tay say"), meaning 'Crow near'.
The Army Corps Captain doing the Mapping named the area Mee tee tee tse
or ("may tay tay say" ) , essentially a corruption of both the Shoshonean and Apsaalooke Siouan languages........say that fast 3 times in a row. ;)
Our GOAL = YOU leave the area simply calling it "Fabulous and Fun !!"
Today? "It's where Cheifs Meet".... and You're the Chief on your Vacation!
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