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- Indoor pool
- High-speed internet in room
- Concierge desk
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
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... that night was our coldest night. It went down to 1˚C (34˚F) and it was 4˚C (38˚F) went we started cycling. We had prepared for this and had bought winter gloves a few days earlier. The following day, we cycled to Lovell, about 100 miles away. It was probably our best day of riding (read fastest): we were able to cycle 65 miles before our lunch break! We made it to Lovell and found a nice little campsite. ...
... year old boulders made the road almost inaccessible for our Ford-350 diesel, but we managed through without damage. We sat for a few minutes beside a bridge and watched the waters cascade and rush by; the temperature hit the perfect degree for me as the sun filtered to my skin, sending me into a wonderfully lethargic mind drift. Coming back to my senses we saw foam from the waters sweeping under the lips of caves. Numerous were the amount of caves, all ...
... amazing museums under one roof: The Buffalo Bill Museum, Cody Firearms museum, Plains Indian ...
... scenic drive and because we really did not have far to go, we had plenty of time for photo ops!
We departed Indian RV Park at 8:00 and arrived in Yellowstone at 2:00….It was a leisurely drive and after the last 2 days of fighting the wind, much more relaxing! Driving the RV has been pretty smooth but when the winds are strong, (which they usually are in this part of the country), you really need to ...
... and then live rounds at each station- 2 for the shotgun, 5 for the rifle, and 10 for the single action pistol- five for the metal targets, five for a playing card. The shotgun targets were close- hard to miss- the pistol at 25 yards, and the rifle at 100 yards. If you hit your playing card, you had to use your remaining rounds on the metal targets.
Craig Johnson, author of the series, as well as ...