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... photographs and handling a buffalo horn, 2.7 billion year old rock, a piece of Buffalo Bill's childhood home, and a replica six-shooter used by the Hole-in-the-wall Gang. It was a great tour. When we returned, we rode downtown and checked out the shops. When the Beauchamps finished their museum visit we headed out South Fork road to find Ben and Libby Aydelotte's (friends from Pocomoke)home in the west. We found it, posed for a picture on their porch and called ...
... on… but it didn’t go off. Not much between Cody and Billings so I drove on.
Arriving in Billings I drove straight to Best Buy and, on the way, saw a Ford dealer, so I stopped. I explained what was going on and was told they would have to run a diagnostic test first… and the earliest they could get me in was probably Tuesday. That wouldn’t work, since I had to be back in Cody to do a service at noon on Tuesday. ...
... Japan). Our first stop was Old Faithful; although not the largest geyser in the park, it is the most regular to erupt, with activity every 1hr and 20mins. Unfortunately due to cloud cover early in the morning, it was rather difficult to see the water and steam in the photos. We then made our way to the Prismatic Spring, which was once formerly a geyser. The colours around the prismatic spring are actually microrganisms called extemeophiles because they breed ...
... We were loving Hummingbird Retreat!
Once we had unpacked (and placed the bear spray firmly in the middle of our two pillows) we went into town for our first cowboy dinner at Irma's - Buffalo Bill's original Hotel and Grill named after his daughter Irma Cody.
Built in 1902 by Buffalo Bill, this is one of the oldest buildings in town and has barley changed since its opening.
... the cliffs at Beachy Head! It's an impressive achievement though. Looking at the carvings through a zoom lens you can see cracks forming though. It's only a matter of time until a nose falls off!
We had been winging it on the road trip with regards to accommodation, and we decided to head towards the town of Casper, mainly because it had a good name. If our hotel was to be haunted, at least it would be a friendly ghost!
The hotel was ...