Studios at Whispering Trees
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... started down our east-bound road. Somehow I felt better and we rode at closer to 15 mph. Shortly before we would re-join the freeway, we got a call from Gayle. She couldn’t remember which way the road was supposed to go after crossing the Yellowstone River, and she’d missed the road and gone up this steep little hill… It was the same mistake both we and Lea had made! Soon after, we saw the red van approaching, and ...
... said no, which placed us in a minor predicament. Malory chose to use the last singles earlier that day. A friendly citizen said to jump on the trolley and he would cover our ride fees ($2.00). We enjoyed good beer and wings at Mustang Sally's. The next morning we headed out of town but saw a sign for Wild Bill's and Calamity Jane's grave site so we turned around and made the trek up a steep incline in the 's2k' to Mount Moriah Cemetery. Well worth it. Two thumbs ...
... for ranch workers that later became the family's primary residence. It was all quite interesting. Some photos are posted with this.
It was then a long day of driving. We now have two of our three longest driving days completed. Nearly to ND. ...
... see it at all. Today was hot. I don't know how hot, but memorably hot. The landscape was not quite as bleak as I just described, but with the heat.. I met an Anabaptist today, at least I think I did, if he was real. He was an incredibly nice fellow with a strange accent that I put somewhere between Midwestern and Canadian. He wore overalls and a collared shirt buttoned to the top, and sported a beard. He told me about how ...
... uphill through a pass (over 2,000 foot climb and then down to fairly flat lands). This took the first hour of the day and then it was hill, valley, hill valley for most of the drive. The good part was the hills weren't too high and the valleys were long. We did drive in sunshine, which turned out to reach 97. This is was the hottest we ...