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... was snow packed, but the plows were out early and had even sanded some spots. Still, knowing the dangers of black ice, we took it slow down that winding steep grade of Shell Canyon. What a site. Shell Canyon is deep with sheer cliff sides surrounding the raging creek. The colors of the rock are a spectacular red orange hue and the ridges surrounding the canyon ...
... Mountains. At the restaurant we ate a delicious buffet with beef stew, mashed potatoes, and sweet corn. The best part was the carrot cake for dessert.
After lunch we continued to travel along US 14 towards Cody, Wyoming. Cody was founded in 1896 by Colonel William F. "Buffalo Bill Cody. He was know for being a Pony Express rider, scout, hunter, entrepreneur and showman. I experienced a re-enactment of a wild west shoot-out in front of the Irma Hotel. ...
... we will cross on our trip (tear).
However, about three-quarters of the way up, my Goldwing started to run really rough and had almost no power. I thought maybe I was lugging it too much, so I shifted down a gear. But about 100 ft later it started to really bog down and just about died. Coincidently, right where I was having trouble is where a small road construction project was going on so we had to come to a stand still anyways. As soon as I pulled the clutch ...
... surprisingly, one of two wild turkeys, just after they had successfully crossed the highway directly in front of us. It was a bit tricky pulling Shorty off on the shoulder of the two-lane highway, but well worth it for Lynnie. She's been calling turkeys ever since we left Javelina country. I feel badly that we never did see any Javelinas in the wild. All of Lynnie's calling was for naught. Perhaps next year... ya jus' nevah know.
... we were up quite late last night and of course, we had to keep Randy up too! Montana was a very beautiful place.
Pearl and I are chrocheting and Randy calls it "Pine Land Therapy" which it is therapy, keeping us busy so we don't see his driving skills.
Enjoy the pictures! Until tomorrow,
Trust in our Lord.
Betty and Randy