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... elevator and rearrange the furniture to make ourselves at home. Jake has become an even better traveller than in earlier weeks, especially with the break from the 100 degree plus days! He refuses to sleep in the truck when we're travelling, but as soon as we're settled, his snoring could wake the dead! Cheyenne is the capital city of Wyoming and currently being used as a staging area for those heading to the Sturgiss ...
We took off from Yellowstone today and out the East Entrance. We where staying at about 6500 feet and had to climb over a mountain at 8500ft to leave the park. Randy I am sure you remember this trek in reverse well. We only have about 250 miles to go today but much of it is at 40mph. Once out of the park we are headed to Cody,WY, looking for my famous Wall-mart from 18 years ago. Some how they moved it to the other side of the road. It could not possibly be my ...
... inclined to be out chasing Indians. Captain Fetterman took every opportunity to undermine his commander's position, only just stopping short of calling him a coward. "Give me eighty men and I will ride through the entire Sioux nation" was his rather bold claim.
Now the catch with manning a stockaded fort in an isolated area at any time is that supplies have to come from somewhere. Timber for construction and burning had to ...
... Buffalo. Very nice campground with friendly, helpful people. Truman, one of the camp host, took us to our large, shaded campsite. We were next to a beautiful horse pasture which was also frequented by Pronghorn Deer. A family of "large" wild turkeys traveled through the campground on occasion adding to the excitement.
We headed downtown the next morning for breakfast at the Busy Bee Cafe. The Busy Bee was opened ...
... Park and the area in general. Livingston turned out to be a nice little town and our campground was pleasant; however, our favorite part was the time spent in Yellowstone National Park and our float trip along the Yellowstone River.
The park was beautiful and we were very lucky that the smoke did not impede our visibility during our visit. I believe that currently it is very dark and smokey from the ...