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... sped round those barrels as if their lives depended on it. The fastest had to beat 18 seconds and was achieved by two riders.
As always the grand finale was the bucking bulls and these were BUCKING bulls! Not only were these monsters huge in size but their twisting bucks were so menacing that not one rider stayed on longer than 10 seconds (which believe us is a ...
... US-14/16/20 west of Cody doesn't actually go anywhere except the park, so traffic was light. Along those 50 miles lies the Yellowstone East Canyon. This is one of those canyons carved out by a river and I must say the scenery is spectacular. The road is hilly and twisty, but the curves are slow enough that you can keep up your speed. This makes for a very relaxing motorcycle ride.
Yellowstone National Park is HUGE! It's very easy ...
This morning we leave Cody and are headed for Jackson hole Wyoming, one of the places I enjoyed it as a kid. On the way we will be going through Yellowstone National Park.
It's a brisk 66° outside this morning with a medium wind blowing.
Breakfast at "Our Place" - a little diner across the street from the motel where we stayed. The place was packed and food was ...
... to experience, we had decide what to do and where to go. Of course, Yellowstone National Park, our ultimate destination, was first and foremost. Because the park is so vast, we chose to take two full days, drive the grand loop, a figure eight of an upper and lower loop, that intersects the center of the park. Mike and I pretty much spent the entire time in Yellowstone with our eyes popped out and our jaws dropped. It is that spectacular.
Today was our first non-traveling day going west, as we're staying in Cody for a second night. After breakfast, we pretty much immediately went to the Buffalo Bill Center of the West, which is five museums in one--all pretty darn good.
The first one we visited was the Draper Natural History Museum, which ...