K3 Guest Ranch Bed & Breakfast
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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The Beauchamp crew headed to the Buffalo Bill Center of the West Museum. Jennifer and I went on the Cody Trolley Tour. We had a wonderful tour guide that was an attractive cowgirl! The tour began at the famous Irma Hotel (built by Buffalo Bill and named for his youngest daughter). We viewed historic spots in town, the rodeo grounds, Buffalo Bill Reservoir, Carter Mountain (12,200 feet), while listening to stories about Buffalo Bill, Annie Oakley, audio clips, ...
... see if that would fix the problem. It did! And I had my old computer back, but not the newer one. (I know all you computer-savvy folks out there already figured that out… I’m a little slow.)
I left Cody Wednesday for Billings about 10:00 AM. Now the truck’s computer periodically tells me that it needs to be driven to clean the soot out of the diesel particulate filter, part of the anti-pollution system. That warning ...
... National Park. Yellowstone is such an impressive park, covering millions of acres. The park was originally a super volcano, so has a fantastic range of hills, mountains, canyons and geysers. Still to this day, the depth of the Earth's crust beneath the park is on average 3km (the average for the entire Earth is on average 25-50km thick). As such, Yellowstone has the largest number of geysers in the world and the second largest number of hot springs ...
... speed allowing them to hover and take a drink. Linda had placed the feeders perfectly around the house. We had two on our porch which we could literally watch sitting in bed then there was another outside their kitchen window so we could watch them whilst preparing breakfast.
There was not a minute we got bored of watching these amazing birds and felt privileged to see such a variety ...
... and the upper prairies. Wind and water have carved out cliffs and mounds from the ground in sandy colours. It goes on for miles and miles. There's a few places where we stopped and did short walks, it's nice to stretch your legs after being in the car for so long.
Continuing on we went to Mount Rushmore. A very American idea, carving the heads of Presidents into a mountain side. I can't see the British doing the same, carving former prime ...