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... 1900's along with the Rodeo showground.
Before we headed into town we first had to check into our rather unique and no doubt memorable accommodation, a short and scenic drive on the edge of town.
Hummingbird Retreat was somewhere we were really looking forward to staying, and as we pulled up, our expectations were totally met! There before us was 'The Porch', our room without ...
... brand new and with big rooms and comfy beds. Kirsty and Katie were excited to see firemen at the hotel when we returned from grabbing something to eat at Taco Bell for dinner. Their excitement about the firemen waned somewhat when the fire alarm kept going off during the night. Katie counted the alarm going off a dozen times during the night. Kirsty went down during the night to reception to see what was going on, I was out for the count at the time. She ...
... rain before, besides by looking at the GPS, we could see we were almost past Yellowstone Lake so the worst was bound to be behind us.
We turned east on US-14E, only about 70 more miles to go. The lake was behind us, but we were beginning to climb. We had started about 7000 ft, but we were now approaching 8000 ft and the temperature of both the air and the raindrops were beginning to fall. By the time we reached the peak, we were at 8600 ft, ...
... and circled the arena, ok that's the word I was looking for!, and the anthem was sung. A prayer was said, not a trite one but a God honouring one and everyone took their hats off and bowed their heads and there was silence. This was the flag people fought under and still fight under. I wish New Zealand was so loyal to their country in this way.
We drove and stayed at Walmart again and had
another flat and shower free sleep.
... duty flashlight with one hand and answered the door. Turns out it was just the owner of the kampgrounds and he thought we were the previous tenants. Whoever it was had checked out early but forgot to lock the door... lucky for us! He let us stay anyways. The next morning we headed to Cody, because, well, I'm a leo and had to check it out. We realky wanted to go to Yellowstone park but all the roads leading in were closed off due to the snow ...