A Wyoming Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Slept in Grey bull the first night at a Kampgrounds of America site. When we got there it was past check in time so you fill out a pamphlet with the spot you take and $30.50 ..we saw a cabin and the door was unlocked so naturally we went in thinking they left them open for late night travellers... apparently we were wrong. After we were settled in and chowing down in our leftover Indian crockpot dinner someone knocked on the door. Basil grabbed ...
... History Museum, the Whitney Western Art Museum, the Cody Firearms Museum, the Buffalo Bill Museum and the Plains Indian Museum.
One of the unexpected places we found was Heart Mountain, a WWll Japanese American Internment Camp. A sad, shameful part of our American history where, during 1942 - 1945, a total of 14,025 American citizens of Japanese descent were forced to relocate and lived in the "confinement" camp.
... became "stone wood." Grand Canyon of Yellowstone- the Yellowstone River flows through the canyon and forms two large water falls. There are also orange, yellow, and red colors on the mountains surrounding the water. Grand Prismatic Spring- Yellowstone's largest hot spring. It has a deep-blue color in the middle of the pool, but then it's surrounded by rings of yellow and orange, which are actually made up of bacteria (thermophiles). Old Faithful- we all know ...
... began to leave. Several companies tried to start up operations again, but they soon gave up and, over the years it has become a ghost town- and a destination for adventurous individuals with high-clearance, 4-wheel drive vehicles that can ford the rivers and climb the narrow road that leads up to what remains of Kirwin. While no longer populated with humans, there is substantial wildlife, including a growing population of Grizzly Bears.
Steve was up and raring to go early this morning, so we left at 8 and 61 degrees and headed for Cody, WY, which is where we will stay for the next three nights while we visit Yellowstone NP. I didn't know what to expect from Wyoming. I had not been here since 1966 and have little memory of driving through it. I will admit, I didn’t expect much.
We headed north and into prairie country, a landscape of rolling hills of yellow grass, shaded ...