Lytle Creek Inn Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... describes two girls that were being chased by a bear. In an attempt to escape, the girls climbed onto a rock, and prayed to the Great Spirit to save them. Hearing their prayers, the Great Spirit made the rock rise towards the sky so that the girls were out of reach from the bear. The bear tried to climb the rock, leaving deep claw marks in the sides of the rock. And when the girls reached the sky, they were turned into stars. They can now be seen in ...
... from, tossed tumbleweeds across the road in front of me and just wouldn’t give up. I called time-out a few times, hoping it would wear itself out, but no such luck. There were actually warning signs on the I90 about severe wind conditions (apparently there were gusts up to 55 mph), so it wasn’t just my imagination. It didn’t give up until I got to Wyoming, late in the day.
On the way out of Custer and on our way to Devils Tower we stopped for a couple of hours in a place called Deadwood. Here we had some free time to wander around town and see the sights. As it happens there was a classic car show on at the weekend, we were there on a Thursday, so we saw some early arrivals. Probably a good job the show was on as there wasn't a whole lot else to see! The town is famous for the "Old West" style it has, gambling and drinking. Taking part we played ...
... yesterday. We were lucky enough to find that it was only the hubcap that had fallen off, so Anson went for a walk down the bill to find it. Just as he got close, a ute sped off, hubcap in-tow. Once they saw Anson p, they turned around and brought it back, so thankfully we had it again, from here, we made our way into Newcastle, where we ended up Haifa to wait for over an hour for them to remix our tire, and ...
... we stopped for lunch after refueling.
Such vastness of this country. Drove past the Bighorn Mountain range near, yes, the Little Bighorn where Custer got his last haircut.
I spoke with another guy next to me who recently purchased a motorhome with same engine and chassis but a little longer and he gets 7.5 mpg. We get about 7 miles per gallon. The main difference is we have Mr. Toad and he is not ...