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... Quite a thing to have on one's personal cv and I'm sure the views from the top must be magnificent. There were rattle snakes around and spotted very close by while we were walking round but disappointingly we didn't see any. The roads are a breeze to drive on. They are so wide and empty and most people stick to the speed limits - up to 80mph on the interstates. It's the only time I've found ...
... this was adding a couple more to the journey.
It was around 40-60 miles before we actually got to exit of Yellowstone. We once again got stuck in Bison traffic, this time there was just one rather than a whole herd and it was just casually walking down the middle of the road blocking traffic on both sides.
We got out of Yellowstone after another crazy amount of varying scenery and onto the highway. As we have been doing on most driving days we ...
... was early afternoon and Wendy wanted to make some distance.
A few issues have arisen. We have a major propane leak that emptied out 1/2 tank in less than an hour so for now, we can't use propane for fridge or cooking. Tomorrow, we will try and find RV dealer than can check it out for us. Luckily, the fridge is working fine using the generator.
We also have a battery indicator ...
... sale. The Inn was built in December 1892 at a cost of $25,000. People like William F. "Buffalo Bill" Cody purchased the Inn as the 1st establishment in his W.F. Cody Hotel Company. He would periodically hold auditions for his Wild West Show on the Inn's front lawn.
The highlight of our time in Sheridan was the Kendrick Mansion also known as Trails End. Trails End contains almost ...
... Quite and interesting ride. After the ride on 16 we were rejoined by Tom and were going to stop by Rushmore and actually got I n line, but found the line too long, and they wanted $11 to park and who knows what for admission, so we took a pass and charged on toward Sheridan. The two groups split again, with Bill Thompson going with the "Chuck Wagons" and both groups having a very good, although ...
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