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Travel Blogs from Wheatland
... and into Canada. I got to pass through the Windsor Tunnel and pop up in Canada. I parked my car just off of what I assume was downtown and walked around for a bit, went to a coffee shop, had a panini, and walked over to the Detroit River. It wasn't too different a feeling from being in America, but for whatever reason I felt colder over there than I did in the U.S.
Curious. The highlight of the day was not only receiving a parking ticket (which I deserved), but ...
... On the road again, from Guernsey, WY southeast to Highway 85 then north to Highway 18 into South Dakota. The landscape is absolutely beautiful, with miles and miles of a bright green carpet of grass punctuated by dark green stands of ponderosa pine and large prehistoric rock outcrops.
We arrived in Hot Springs, South Dakota and will spend several days here and more throughout the Black Hills.
Jan, Dolly and Chi Chi
I left Fort Collins around 9 am this morning. It is important I get home early today before the snows flies! The sun was shining this morning, clear skies and we were ready to go.
Last night I felt compelled to name my bike. I tried to come up with something uber masculine as it is a big, black BMW. I settled on Bertha. A bike is like a ship so I thought a female name was better. And, for those of you that know my musical tastes, there is ...
... a National Historic Site as part of the NPS system.
I have a lot of interest in history in general but love the history
of the American West – cowboys and Indians, fur trappers and mountain men, and
settlers and miners. It all seems so romantic. More has probably been written
and more movies and TV shows set in the relatively short period of history that
involved relatively few players that was the Wild West than any other place and
... sets are actually pressed in different presses than the everyday coins). Our guide freely answered questions and we were given plenty of time in each area to observe. The tour is free, but you need to make reservations well in advance...they close out quickly.
After a brief walkabout around the art/museum center (lots of great outdoor modern sculptures), we headed out the highway towards Wyoming. Heading up 25, we stopped at the Welcome Center just past the ...