Travelers Rest Lodge
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... write this, there is some thunder and lightening, but no rain yet. Tomorrow the forecast is for 65 degrees and scattered thunderstorms. I hope that’s wrong!
The wifi here was crazy slow Weds night. Finally got this done Thursday morning around 5am. Guess you have to get up early to get online!
... I saw rolling up the mt. After about 15 minutes Harold found the wheel. We sat in the car for about 30 minutes before a car stopped with a couple of nice young men in it to see if we needed help. We did. Our cellphone would not work in the mountains. They called AAA for us and made sure we were ok. AAA told us it would take a little over a hour to get help to us, and that would be fine. At home it takes that long to get them to our house when ...
... onward and upward...and I do mean upward! We left our sweet spot in the Badlands, and traveled westward to the small town of Dayton, WY where a river runs through it. The Tongue River is swift and mighty and gorgeously so. Our campsite was on public land in the Tongue River Canyon and ...you guessed it...Shane's new favorite campsite. Honestly, it was unbelievable. Right on the rushing river and surrounded by canyon walls. FREE. A short hike up the canyon gave us ...
... when, while driving toward Two Medicine, wild ponies were walking in the street right next to cars or just standing next to the road. The have old brands on them and do belong to the natives who let them roam freely.
Two Medicine is...I can't even think of a word for it is was so...unbelievable! Huge Grand mountains surrounding a calm clear peaceful lake. The reflections...amazing. We were told by an off duty ranger that we just missed ...
... and generaly have free range! Who knew!
Our goal was to reach our campground tonight so that we could do the "Going to the Sun" highway through Glacier National Park tomorrow. This Park is part of the Rockies - Carol's brother, Skip, told us that this was a beautiful place and that we should not miss it. We'll see tomorrow.