Parson's Pillow Bed and Breakfast
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... couple of hours. It was followed by a party and street dance in front of the Irma Hotel from 6-10 PM (which I skipped). A lot of bikers in town on their way to an d from Sturgis, SD and the annual Black Hills Rally. This year is the 75th anniversary and they are expecting some 600,00-700,000 participants… it more than doubles the population of the state.
It was unique, but I think I’ll stick with the traditional ...
... other museums we have seen. One of the paintings was an early one that depicted the chimney rocks behind our campsite.
The Indian section was quite well done with displays about daily living, ceremonial rites, changing life style, reservation life, and the impact of interaction with the white man both past and present.
The one that I had been looking forward to seeing was the BBC section. They did a great job of tracing his life, marriage, ...
... what we was munching on seeing as we'd hardly put anything in there but the morning light revealed Paulie's used tea bag on the floor with tiny bites out of it - so it seemed I was sharing the room with two tea fans!
This morning was the 4th July, and we had a big day ahead of us. First we had to devour the homemade muffins Linda had left out for us with copious amounts of tea, then ...
... beginning to come down, and down, and down, and down. The temperature warmed up a little and the hail turned back into rain and eventually stopped. It wasn't until we saw the Cody sign with an altitude of 6000 ft that we realized we had come down 3500 ft. US-14E from the Yellowstone East Entrance to Cody looks like it would be an awesome motorcycle ride in good weather, but by the time we were on the last 50 miles to the hotel, we were just tired ...
... and really clean, so a nice stop if you're just looking for a place to sleep for the night. The kids perused Wall Drug for about an hour and then it was off to bed so we could get up and do it again the next day. On Thursday we headed out around 8am, towards Cody, Wyoming, the second stop in our journey. This was only a 475 mile drive, as opposed to the 730 mile drive the previous day, but it still took us 12 hours. This time it wasn’t just bathroom breaks and a lunch stop that ...
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