V Lazy B Bed and Breakfast and Horse Motel
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We slept in late and my friend Steve made us some pancakes for breakfast, and after stopping to fill up for ice we said our goodbyes and left. We drove for about 3 1/2 hours until we reached Buffalo Wyoming and we stopped there for gas and snacks. With the ice and soda we spent a total of 10 bucks. Then we hit the road again and ate sandwiches on the way. We drove 4 and a ...
... was hot with the actual temp. 94 degrees and I'm sure the heat index was much higher. We had to stop along tge way to get water and cool off afew times. As far as I'm concerned it was pretty brutal. Today we leave for Cooke City, the enrance to Yellowstone, and onto Mary Pats' tge next day. No pictures but just keeping you up to date Love ...
... and empties sitting on side rails waiting for clearance to go back east. Prairie dogs were visible at times, and a fawn went bounding down the ditch on the side of the road ahead of me. We came across a marker for the Thomas Party. Read the narrative in the photo for the story. We arrived at Reed Point a few minutes before 8 AM, and Gayle showed up a few minutes later and we loaded up the bikes ...
... of their lives. Very impressive. Buffalo Bill's section was also wonderful. He was a very unique and colourful character, who became larger than life, and was tough and clever with a natural ability to hunt and track. He later became an entertainer with his own travelling show and he performed for Queen Victoria and met the Pope and was one of the most famous people in the world at that time. We walked out of ...
... vast quantities of American coal, oil and coal bed methane gas. The city calls itself the "Energy Capital of the Nation," noting that the state of Wyoming provides nearly 35% of the nation's coal." (according to Wikipedia) Trains were filled with coal traveling east and west.
Next came the most anticipated part of the trip. Devil's ...