Cloud Peak Inn

590 N. Burritt Ave, Buffalo, Wyoming, 82834, United States | B&B

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Give me eighty men...

A travel blog entry by ianjordan


... of the plodding infantry. The rapidly retreating Indians turned on their pursuers and killed every last one of them, especially Captain Fetterman, in under an hour of fighting.

We found the site easily enough, I hadn't expected it to be signposted to clearly. Sam didn't enjoy the view quite as much as I did, but she did give me the GPS and told me not to come back until I had found the geocache hidden several hundred meters ...

Incredible day from start to finish...

A travel blog entry by dcottrell


... been full of surprises! But we hit the road to Mount Rushmore. On the way up we spotted some very large wood carvings alongside the road. Turns out they were chain saw carvings. The most impressive one was of a very large motorcycle with an eagle on top. We took some photos there and then headed up to Mount Rushmore. The ride up alone was full of awesome views but the actual faces ...

Devil's Tower and mid-way to Yellowstone

A travel blog entry by kouatly


... Buffalo our mid-point stop-over to get to Yellowstone. The Buffalo KOA is very nice and has a great playscape for the boys. 2nd best so far according to them. The Badlands KOA still holds the #1 position. It is getting easier each day to get the camper setup after a day of trailering. In no time I had it all setup and was cooking dinner. We had quite a feast tonight - spaghetti with venison sausage (thanks Rick!), garlic bread and salad.

What day is it?

A travel blog entry by laz-adventures


... some of the sights we took in yesterday.

Didn't see a buffalo up close but saw a herd of them as we were leaving the area. They were too far away for me to get a picture.

Remember duck and cover? We went to the Minuteman Missile silo sight. It was operational until 1993. It was fascinating listening to our tour guide-he was a Lt. Colonel and would be in the air if there was a missile launch ...

Good Bye to Mountain Air

A travel blog entry by angelslame


... according to their press) 90,000 acres of Wyoming farmland. Once beyond the dam, the country opened up again and we stopped in Cody to purchase charger for my camera that had gotten lost somewhere along the way.

Back on the road we negotiated the last of our mountain roads (through the Big Horn Mountains) and finally reached our hotel in Buffalo, WY around 11:00 pm. The girls had a quick swim in the 24-hour pool and we went to ...


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